The EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations will result in a material increase in the demand for data collection, storage and processing from all organisations that are either directly or indirectly effected by the legislation.
This article examines the impact of the EU’s recent Taxonomy and Disclosures Regulations on ESG/Sustainability Policies.
What do you get when you combine Finance, Quality and Environmental Economics?
SMEs represent the largest sector in the global economy. Therefore it is essential that this cohort understand the growing need and expectation for improved sustainability, and how they as a sector can contribute through the implementation of relevant and effective Environmental Management Systems (EMS).
Whilst the agreement ensures that trade won’t be subject to new tariffs or quotas there now exists new regulatory barriers that make it more costly and burdensome for the UK to trade with the EU.
This video outlines the main steps of a popular CGMA toolkit for effective scenario planning, something which all businesses will need to be able to do in 2021/2022.
Making good decisions has never been more important or more difficult for businesses. This video briefly talks about the eight traps decision makers fall into without realising it! Although we cannot eliminate these pitfalls, being aware of them can help you manage them and mitigate the negative effects.
I was inspired to write this article by three visionary and innovative entrepreneurs I had the pleasure of meeting in August, whose products and services not only help make Irish society more environmentally responsible and sustainable, but will save businesses a lot of money by eliminating unnecessary waste! Did you know…… There are more than…
With an initial outlay of anywhere between €5.5k to €15k and annual costs of €1-€2.5k many businesses rightly question the value of ISO:9001 and whether or not they will see a positive return on their investment. If the decision to implement an ISO:9001 Quality Management System is internally motivated and implemented correctly then the answer…
The unprecedented working from home experiment that has been forced upon businesses of all shapes and sizes appears to be somewhat of a surprising success. A recent study published in the Harvard Business Review (Bernstein et al, 2020) indicates positive feedback from employees with regards to their ability to adapt and increased productivity. For their…