QSL Featured in Study Unveiled at World Economic Forum in DavosJanuary 17, 2023
We are proud to have taken part in the latest UN Global Compact-Accenture CEO Study on Sustainability
Through its President and CEO Robert Bellisle, QSL shared its perspectives on the imperative of a business model based on sustainability.
128 countries. 18 sectors of activity.
The latest UN Global Compact-Accenture CEO Study on Sustainability, released today at the World Economic Forum in Davos, presents the perspectives, and call to action of business leaders from 128 countries and 18 sectors. They state that they see the integration of sustainability into their business models as the foundation for protection against instability. Sustainable business models and strategies are not only a climate imperative, but also the foundation for security, growth, and resilience.
Climate change, inflation and price volatility, pandemics, armed conflict, labor shortages. The number of challenges now facing business leaders is growing.
“Integrating sustainability and the principles of the United Nations Global Compact, to which we are a signatory, into our business model enables us in many ways to address the challenges posed by instability. For example, institutional investors and other stakeholders are now asking for reporting across the entire value chain. This wider reporting footprint is changing how we operate and view our business.
Our sustainability commitments position us well in this regard. I am proud to have participated in this new study and to have contributed to charting a course for a more resilient and competitive future in order to achieve the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.”
Robert Bellisle, President and CEO, QSL
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