Why focus on social sustainability?
We work with social entrepreneurs, who are dreaming to change the world for better. We help them to achieve their mission by making their projects sustainable and scalable. The world is at a critical juncture. We have the resources and technology to end poverty, reverse climate change and build sustainable societies. However, we need a new approach that brings business into partnership with society to unleash the power of both.
What is the added value of social sustainability in your business sector
Social sustainability is not a marketing strategy but an intrinsic part of our business strategy. Our corporate social responsibility is the embodiment of our company philosophy for doing good, which believes that businesses should be good for society and sustainable for the environment. Our social sustainability is to help the less fortunate and poverty-stricken individuals. We accomplish this by providing them with sustainable jobs. Through our business, we have the ability to improve their living conditions.
In the business sector, it is important to have a long-term vision and to be socially sustainable. Focusing on the social aspect of sustainability requires companies to make decisions that are beneficial for society as well as for their shareholders. Companies should then create a strategy with concrete actions that ensure social sustainability.
How tribes help grow companies?
It’s a fact that the majority of businesses are not very socially sustainable. They use a lot of resources, emit tons of pollutants in the environment and ultimately run on the backs of society and its natural resources. But what if it didn’t have to be this way? What if business could exist and thrive without exploiting people or nature? The truth is, it can.
Social sustainability is not just a buzz phrase, but rather the heart of everything we do. We are building solutions that can help reduce the carbon footprint and use of plastic in our cities. It is the Contract Management practice of enterprises addressing social issues in their business, such as gender and income equality, corruption, discrimination and child labour. It involves social responsibility initiatives that aim to make a difference to people’s lives. We all need to be a part of the solution, so let’s start now.