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Directions Quarterly/Winter 2014
Cutting through the complexity of GRI G4

Are you wondering whether your business should go for GRI G4 or not? With insights and first-hand experience from leading reporters, we frame the problem and break the decision down into a series of next steps. It doesn’t have to be difficult - rather a journey of discovery.

by author sbadmin

The GRI G4 deadline is looming, and in this Winter issue of Directions we’ve created a decision tree, to answer some of the key questions you may have, as well as case studies to help you create your own roadmap to the December 2015 deadline.

Should I stay or should I go?

We’re heading towards the final year of reporting under GRI G3 and 3.1, and the decision to go early or wait until the final countdown is vexing quite a few reporters.

In this issue of Directions we are looking globally at industries, brands and countries, and a few of those brave reporters who have already taken the plunge to GRI G4.

You will hear first-hand insight and advice from M&S, Stora Enso, Standard Bank, Intel, Hershey’s, as they take their journey of discovery towards GRI G4.

To view the report please click to download the PDF or simply contact us to receive a printed copy in the post.

If you are interested in an in-depth conversation about whether to go for GRI G4 or not, the benefits and what this may mean to your business, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Louise Dudley-Williams,
Business Development

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