Sustainability is an increasingly central topic in business strategies and is considered a top priority by 8 out of 10 SMEs.
Embarking on a sustainability path, in its three declinations of environmental, social and governance, represents an essential choice to face the many global challenges and respond to market and stakeholder demands.
More organisations will have to report on their environmental, social and governance performance; this change not only involves large companies, but also all those SMEs that are part of the supply chain. Reporting on one’s commitment to sustainability is also a great opportunity to increase a company’s brand reputation and value by highlighting the initiatives implemented and achievements made.
The EcoFriendly Path evolves into “MECSPE Sustainability Target Path”, an initiative aimed to give visibility and reward exhibitors who have already embarked on a path of sustainability.At the stand of Project Hub 360, located in the Exhibition Centre, it will be possible to carry out a free preliminary assessment of the degree of sustainability of one’s own company, through a pre-assessment addressing environmental, social, governance and communication sustainability. Project Hub 360 will assess companies through the ESG+C method, based on national and international standards such as the SDGs, GRIs, ESRS and the SRG 88088 standard. The companies that demonstrate the most virtuous commitment to sustainability will be rewarded at the end of the event.