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Q&A with ESGmark® - The Importance of ESG Credentials

Posted by The Landsite on 13th January 2024 -

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Our latest One-on-One session is with Justin Bates, the Co-Founder of ESGmark®.  

As awareness of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) credentials increases in both business and the real estate industry, it will inevitably influence long-term value.  In this session, Ramsey asks the following questions:

- When was ESGmark® founded.

 - What is the primary purpose of ESGmark®.

- What does ESGmark® offer.

- What are the benefits for businesses applying for certification with ESGmark®

- What type of businesses can you find within the ESGmark® community.

- Why do strong ESG credentials play such an important role in the commercial real estate sector.

- What does the future look like for ESG in the short and medium term in general terms.

Watch the discussion between Ramsey and Justin here.

ESGmark® is the community for people and organisations who care about the environment and society. To learn more about our featured guest for this week, please visit their website: https://www.esgmark.co.uk/


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