Sustainability Is Good for Business, New Survey Shows

Nearly two-thirds of senior executives said environment-friendly initiatives help boost revenue

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Going green doesn’t mean a company’s bottom line has to suffer. Evidence suggests the opposite is true, according to new research from global consulting firm, Capgemini.

In a survey involving 750 senior executives at various consumer product and retail organizations located around the globe, results found that 77% of company leaders said sustainability initiatives have increased consumer loyalty. In addition, 69% said these programs increase brand value, while 63% indicated they boost total revenue.

“So far, many organizations have viewed sustainability as a bolt-on,” said Kees Jacobs, vice president of consumer goods and retail at Capgemini, in a statement.



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