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Stakeholder Capitalism: four tips to futureproof your business [Video]

Business in the Community (BITC) has published two new resources to understand how companies can embed stakeholder accountability through their corporate governance structures. In this short video, we share four quick tips for businesses to start their stakeholder journey.Consumers are increasingly voting with their feet and buying from companies and brands that align with their values and employee activism on issues such as climate change is becoming increasingly common.Stakeholders have a role in ensuring that corporate purpose and ESG (environmental, social and governance) commitments are not style over substance and they are increasingly in a position to hold business to account.This video accompanies a toolkit, Stakeholder Capitalism: four tips to futureproof your business, written in partnership with Hogan Lovells. It outlines different methods companies can use to embed stakeholder accountability through various corporate governance structures.Download Stakeholder Capitalism: four tips to futureproof your business here – https://www.bitc.org.uk/toolkit/stakeholder-capitalism-four-tips-to-futureproof-your-business/Alongside this toolkit is a report, Is Legislation the Best Way to Achieve Stakeholder Capitalism? It summarises research carried out by Hogan Lovells and BITC, in partnership with the Better Business Act campaign (BBA). It seeks to understand how, and if, business leaders believe the changes proposed by the BBA campaign could empower UK company directors to lead their organisations in creating a cleaner, greener, fairer future for all. Additionally, this report highlights best practice and explores potential concerns about the changes.Download Is Legislation the Best Way to Achieve Stakeholder Capitalism? here – https://www.bitc.org.uk/report/is-legislation-the-best-way-to-achieve-stakeholder-capitalism/Business in the Community exists to build healthy communities with successful businesses at their heart. Find out more at https://www.bitc.org.uk/Follow us on Twitter – https://twitter.com/BITC

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Top reasons why your business needs video brand guidelines

Every forward-thinking business understands how important brand guidelines are when it comes to having a coordinated image and connecting with clients. But have you extended this to your videos? Video is an essential pillar of marketing and communication however, businesses often overlook the importance of video brand guidelines. By 2023 there will be more than[…] Read More

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How to Start a Blog and Make Money in 2022 | 6-Figure Blogger [Video]

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Four Things Women in Business Know That Men Don’t [Video]

Let’s look at things female entrepreneurs are aware of about business and daily life that men may know, but never comprehend to the extent that women do. It’s not just an impressive business skill it’s also a vital ability to live a full life. For more please visit here: https://bit.ly/3y8IbWg#entrepreneurs #femalebusiness #femaleentrepreneur #womeninbusiness

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A New Leader | Lion: The Rise and Fall of the Marsh Pride | THIRTEEN [Video]

A shake-up in leadership radically changes the Marsh Pride. In 2006, the team returns to find that the old leader, Simba, has disappeared. Theres a new king in town, a younger male named Notch. The original females must ally themselves with this new leader, even if it means losing their cubs.