Exclusive: cost-effective solutions to power start your ESG performance

Published on: 12th November 2021

Sarah Ng of the ICTI Ethical Toy Program shares how companies can successfully communicate their ESG story.

In this in depth article, Sarah highlights specific services which can help those at the start of their ESG journey, or those who want to make further progress.

Businesses are facing increasing regulatory, investor and consumer pressure to measure, report and improve their Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance performance, while executives are looking for ways to kickstart their ESG journey with confidence. For many of us, the reporting seems daunting – but it doesn’t have to be. What’s more, it can be very valuable.

The ICTI Ethical Toy Program (IETP) constantly engages with the toy industry to understand its needs and is supporting programme members to develop their capability regarding ESG reporting. Using insights gained from our work, we’d like to share our experiences of how companies can successfully and confidently communicate their ESG story. This article will also introduce specific services which are helping companies at the very start of their ESG journey, or who want to make further progress.

IETP understands businesses need support to start their ESG journey with confidence. We provide that support through solutions that can be deployed at scale, efficiently and cost effectively. IETP is the only specialist programme created by the toy industry for the toy industry.

To find out more about our services and how we can help you, get in touch at or visit our website here.

To read the full article, which appeared in the November edition of Toy World, click here.


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