Venture Beat

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Creating and implementing an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy is becoming a necessary component for business success, as companies face pressure from regulatory bodies, customers, investors, and employees. An effective ESG strategy requires an accurate self-assessment, focusing on key areas such as the company’s carbon footprint, gender pay gap, diversity, regulatory compliance, cybersecurity, and labor practices. While ESG strategies require continuous refinement and effort, they should not be thought of as box-ticking exercises, but as long-term processes. All companies should follow basic legal and ethical principles, and as they grow, it becomes more important to hire...

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