Ethical Corporation, a global leader in events, research and analysis on sustainability and ethical business, is calling for feedback on its state of sustainability survey 2016

Sustainable and responsible business saw big changes in 2015. Companies, governments and institutions made significant advances and announcements, pushing forward the sustainability agenda. To gauge how the industry is progressing Ethical Corporation is surveying the business community to ascertain the state of sustainability in 2016.

Liam Dowd, Managing Director at Ethical Corporation, states “It’s important that we record and report the progress of sustainability. In 2015 we received nearly 1,500 responses to the inaugural survey. The report highlighted the level to which CEOs backed sustainability, where sustainability sits within organisations, budgets, likely trends and much more.”

“There is currently a lot of energy, belief and excitement that 2016 is going to be a landmark year for sustainability and responsible business. Understanding what our community is working on plus their views will give a great indication of likely trends over the coming 12 months."

The survey is open until Friday 29th January 2016. All respondents will receive exclusive access to the 30+ page report.

Simply click here to take part in the survey


Ethical Corporation’s mission is to help businesses around the globe do the right thing by their customers and the world. We believe this is not only how to ensure a future for all, but makes good business sense. We serve CSR, compliance, risk and governance communities with topical and insightful business intelligence and meeting places.

We provide business intelligence to more than 3,000 multinational companies every year. Our customers are also NGOs, think-tanks, academia, governments and consultancies. We publish the leading responsible business magazine, website, and research reports. Our conferences are widely recognized as the best in the field.


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