Episode 37: Lindsey Rowe – SAP – How to embed sustainability into your business (and future-proof your growth)

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Businesses once had to choose between profitability and sustainability.

Today the two go hand in hand.

From securing investment to attracting employees and customers, sustainability now has a major impact on the success of a business and on its future.

Studies show that while 90% of executives think sustainability is important only 60% of companies have a sustainability strategy.

In this week’s episode of AIBF Business Talk, Elaine spoke to Lindsey Rowe, Head of Purpose Programmes & Sustainability at SAP about the impact a strong sustainability policy can have on a business.

Listed at No.1 on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for more than 15 years, SAP believes that together we can reimagine a world where profit is generated by sustainable practices. A world where we put ‘Eco’ in Economics.

SAP helps to create Supply Chain Economics, Consumer Economics, and Human Economics to enable a future with zero emissions, zero waste, and zero inequality.

The groundbreaking software solutions organisation are the headline sponsor of the 6th Annual All-Ireland Business Summit and the AIBF is proud to be associated with such a progressive, ethical company.

About the All-Ireland Business Foundation 

The AIBF is an independent national body that identifies and acknowledges the country’s most ambitious and visionary businesses.

As the accreditation body for the Business All-Star mark, the AIBF recognises Best-In-Class Irish businesses. Companies that merit recognition based on an independent audit of their performance, reputation, and customer-centricity.

Business All-Star Accreditation Is The Nation’s Symbol Of Trust.

Currently, there are over 500 companies that are accredited by AIBF. Since 2014, over 2,500 companies have participated in our programs.

The AIBF also hosts the annual All-Ireland Summit and monthly gatherings to promote peer-learning and collaboration among it’s accredited companies.

Find out more here