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Corporate Social Responsibility


Corporate Social Responsibility

In order to move into a new age of collective future action, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is quickly evolving past its image of philanthropy and charity space. It has presently entered an era of corporate responsiveness and action on integral social and sustainability issues. CSR has become an effective communication tool and medium by which the company addresses its stakeholders and society.

  • Compliance with ISO 26000 and National Guidelines for Responsible Business (NGRB)
  • Compliance with Section 135 and Schedule VII of the Companies Act
  • Developing the CSR Strategy and Project Design
  • Identification and Implementation of Projects
  • Due Diligence and Robust Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Progress
  • CSR Impact Assessment and CSR Reporting
  • SROI: Social Return on Investment Analysis

Guaranteed Economic Benefits:

  • Improved public image and reputation
  • Increased sales and customer loyalty
  • Broadens potential capital sources
  • Reduced regulatory pressures
  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Greater ability to attract and retain talent