A growing awareness of the key role of sustainability in long-term value creation has led to reporting becoming common – or even essential – practice for large businesses, and it is gaining traction among smaller companies too. As well as financial disclosure, stakeholders want transparency about a company’s environmental and social impact. Not only does sustainability reporting lead to improved stakeholder trust and credibility, it can also optimise business performance and operational efficiency through the identification of new opportunities.
Ere-S was commissioned to write this report, which covered both the sustainability profile of the Singapore operations and the associated policies and performance at Group-level. We assisted the reporting team in improving the reporting scope and disclosure details to adhere more precisely to the requirements of GRI Standards. We also carried out a gap analysis on the alignment with the SDGs and ISO 26000, which was summarised in the report.
Ere-S was commissioned to assist M1 in improving this Report to provide more detailed management approaches of the organisation, particularly in its materiality and stakeholder engagement practices. In addition, the reporting scope and performance disclosures, particularly for environmental aspects, were more closely aligned to the requirements of GRI Standards and and SGX reporting rules.
Ere-S reporting services are founded on the production of sustainability reports for large corporations and on a strong track record in sustainability report assurance and verification across various industries and sustainability contexts.Our experience in thorough assessment of information in reports and the associated processes for data collection and calculation ensures that the advice we provide to our reporting clients aligns with the highest quality standards and encompasses sustainability strategies that go beyond the writing of a report .