Sustainability Reporting Toolkit → 3 steps towards writing your report in-house

Our Sustainability Reporting Toolkit has been developed by the people at Paia. We are the leading sustainability consultancy in Singapore with a team of specialists who have a combined 80 years of experience in sustainability and have been involved in over 60 Sustainability Reports with SGX Listed companies.

The Toolkit – 3 steps towards writing your report

1. Sign up for our Toolkit Training Course where we will walk you through the process involved in producing your own SGX Compliant report.

2. Receive and Read our step-by-step, hands on handbook, guiding you through the key steps required to produce an SGX Compliant Sustainability Report.

3. Get access to our tried and tested reporting Tools and Templates.

From FY2017, issuers should publish an annual sustainability report within five months of the end of the financial year. It should set out targets for each relevant Environment, Social and Governance issue.

Let’s get you started on your report! Understand what to put in it, and actually start laying it out during our one-day training. We provide expert guidance drawing on local and international sustainability reporting experience. Gain access to tools, which assist the reporting process. Meet the SGX sustainability reporting requirements at minimal cost. [Read More]

17th November 2016 | 9am – 5pm

Mountbatten Square

Lead Trainer: Alex Nichols

Fees, Inclusive of Training + exclusive Handbook + Access to Tools & Templates:

$3,360 ~ $4,800 for 1st participant

$840 ~ $1,200 for subsequent participant from the same company

Book by 31st October to enjoy our 30% off Early-bird discount → To Register, please send us an e-mail

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