Doo Consulting can help you realize your vision for environmental performance and social engagement and develop an action plan for corporate social responsibility (CSR) based on your priority concerns.

We live in a business climate where CSR is increasingly important among stakeholders, especially consumers. A 2015 Cone Communications survey reported that 91% of global consumers expect companies to do more than make a profit, but also operate responsibly to address social and environmental issues. With the Small Business Administration (SBA) citing that 28 million small businesses in America account for 54% of all US sales, the profound potential for environmental and social progress from these small businesses must be recognized and cultivated.

Doo Consulting - CSR

The potential benefits to organizations are wide-ranging and proven. Many small businesses have an environmental or social mission, whether sourcing materials locally, promoting a positive social initiative, or simply efficiency of operations. While the mission may be clear, execution may be more challenging as most small businesses cannot afford a dedicated sustainability or CSR director, and most others in your company are too busy to take on this endeavor. Doo Consulting can help formalize and document the organization’s goals in a cost-effective way that will increase awareness within the company, communicate to customers, provide measurable outcomes to investors, and bolster image and brand recognition.

We have developed an affordable process for small businesses and non-profits to assess an organization’s mission, interests, current practices, and stated goals. Through an on-line survey tool, interviews, and site-assessment we gather data that will help us benchmark your operations and recommend a plan that will help you achieve your stated environmental and social impact goals. The final assessment report may be used as a basis to outline the actions and targets of a continuous improvement program and to share your story more completely with your staff, customers, investors, vendors, and other stakeholders.

You can’t manage what you don’t measure. For organizations wishing to quantify your environmental or social impact, contact us

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