Clean and ethical business - creating and investing in sustainable business models


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Businesses across the South West region have long led the charge in finding new and financially viable ways to reduce their environmental footprint and increase their social engagement.

Organisations of all sizes want to attract the best talent and it is vital for the region to retain and attract future generations of employees. Sustainable and ethical businesses are a huge draw for an increasingly environmentally and socially conscious workforce.

But, who bears the burden of change and of having a more environmentally friendly business model? Change does not fund itself and costs incurred by businesses will have to be passed down the supply chain. Are consumers willing or able to back their social conscience and pay that bit extra for a more sustainable product or service?

We brought together key players from across the region to look at what organisations across the South West can do to create more sustainable businesses models. 

We hope you find these insights valuable. If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised, or participate in future events and discussions, please get in touch.

Please click here to view the full report. 

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