The importance of building sustainability & ESG into your food or agribusiness

01 July 2021

Environmental practices are no longer seen as counterproductive to running a food or agribusiness.

The Paris Agreement is driving momentum towards sustainable agriculture worldwide and much of the consultancy’s work is in helping clients to build better sustainability practices into their businesses and supply chains.

Africa’s future tied up with ESG

African businesses have a lack of sustainable values in their business models and Farrelly & Mitchell is assisting African clients to reach better rates of ESG compliance.

Africa has a very young population and ESG is being driven by younger generations, adding to the urgent need for businesses to improve their ESG practices and continue to attract investment into the future.

The importance of building sustainability & ESG into your food or agribusiness

01 July 2021

Environmental practices are no longer seen as counterproductive to running a food or agribusiness.

The Paris Agreement is driving momentum towards sustainable agriculture worldwide and much of the consultancy’s work is in helping clients to build better sustainability practices into their businesses and supply chains.

Africa’s future tied up with ESG

African businesses have a lack of sustainable values in their business models and Farrelly & Mitchell is assisting African clients to reach better rates of ESG compliance.

Africa has a very young population and ESG is being driven by younger generations, adding to the urgent need for businesses to improve their ESG practices and continue to attract investment into the future.

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Farrelly & Michell’s Stephen Awuah on the prospects for food & agribusiness in Africa

Farrelly & Mitchell Africa's Stephen Awuah speaks about the company’s consultancy work in west and sub-Saharan Africa.

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