poster showing SIGWATCH head of research David Hamon speaking on ESG culture at online panel called #RISK DIGITAL on 7 June.

Tune into #RISK DIGITAL to hear from our Head of Research David Hamon on how understanding trends within the stakeholder environment can contribute to organisational culture and progress on ESG.

SIGWATCH data and analysis has proven useful for companies in supporting and strengthening their ESG strategies, monitoring progress towards sustainability targets and with ESG risk forecasting.

With ESG compliance a key priority and a legal obligation for industry worldwide, it’s more important than ever to get it right. Five “musts” to implement an ESG culture promises to be a stimulating discussion on the need for organisational synergy in driving ESG, how it affects multiple stakeholders and how the organisational structure of a business is a sum of its values, practices and their decision-making processes.

The panelists will be:
Boris Francioli Panitch, ESG and Regulatory Affairs Consultant, EXPERIO
Dr Mario Hardy, Director, Map2ventures
Lise Rosat, Global Head of ESG, Planet Smart City

and rounding the panel off will be host Sujay Simha Sairam, ESG Manager, Palmira Capital Partners GmbH.

Among other things, the 45-minute session will also explore the best ways to measure the success of ESG-focused strategies, and the challenges and different definitions of good governance – you don’t want to miss this!

When? 7 June, 2023 from 2.30-3.15 pm BST

Where? Register here (it’s free!) to attend this and any other session of your choice.

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What our clients say

What our
clients say

“In our experience, SIGWATCH is one of the few sources of ESG data we can absolutely trust to be reliable.”

Our company is based in Japan. Most employees are Japanese and we don’t really know what is happening around the world. SIGWATCH gives us visibility of the global ESG issues and trends we need to have on our radar.

With SIGWATCH, we’re able to absorb NGO data in an awesome way that
simply wouldn’t be possible otherwise. We can hear the NGOs’ voice, to better
strategize and get ahead of trending issues.

With social listening, we’re limited to knowing what people are saying only about OECD. With SIGWATCH, we see not only what is being said about us, but also what is being said about everyone else.

A lot is said and written about sustainability and ESG every day but no one,
apart from SIGWATCH, provides the big picture, SIGWATCH offers a comprehensive overview of what’s happening in the corporate sustainability
world rather than just a narrow snapshot.

“SIGWATCH is a good source to show that NGOs are watching us and watching our clients, and we definitely need to be aware of the issues they are bringing up.”