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Sustainable Business

SEEDA Sustainable Business; A Strategy for the South East 2006-2009

Definition

A Sustainable Business is a successful and profitable business. It is one that continuously
improves its productivity by taking action on the economic, social and environmental impacts
of its business.

That means a Sustainable Business takes a sustainable approach to what it produces, how
it buys and sells, how it affects the environment, where it invests, how it recruits, trains and
develops its own people, how it engages with the community in which it operates and how
it respects the rights of people.

SEEDA Sustainable Business; A Strategy for the South EastSEEDA Sustainable Business;
A Strategy for the South East 2006-2009
Published: 17/08/06

 

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