putting our own advice
We believe a company is never too small to develop an awareness of the impacts they have on the world around them. We also believe in leading by example.
So we have followed the same process we recommend to our clients to develop a fit-for-purpose ESG strategy and processes to measure our performance as we strive to continuously improve how we do business.
Our first step
was to identify who our
key stakeholders are and who
we impact as we conduct our business
Our partners & associates
Government & industry regulators
Our local communities
The next step was to identify which topics are most material to us and to our stakeholders. This Double Materiality assessment ensures we focus on those areas that are most important and where we have the most influence.
We have also identified priority and additional topics that are important to how we successfully do business while acting as a responsible corporate citizen. We commit to
reviewing the topics in detail
Click on each of the Material Topics in the matrix below to see a more detailed explanation...
Additional Topics Monitored
Learning & development
Awareness of ESG standards/regulations
Energy use (travel)
Energy use (home office)
Waste & recycling
With our material topics and the important work we do with our clients in mind, we have selected 6 UN SDGs which we will strive to contribute to as a business with a positive purpose and through our work with our clients:
UN SDGs that are material to Us as a business with positive purpose
UN SDGs that are material to Us through our work with our clients
We are excited to have started the process to become a B-Corp certified company. As part of this process we will be verified by B Lab, demonstrating that we meet high standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.
As the next step to
developing our robust ESG strategy,
we are developing a set of metrics so we can track and transparently report our performance against our material topics.
We will update this page when these have been defined and then annually report our performance against them.