Ernst&Young recently published a report about the ten top strategic risks for businesses. 
It is not a surprise that two of the ten risks discuss green topics. Companies who would like to have a succesful risk management, should be aware of radical greening as a strategic risk, which is partly driven by the consumer and regulatory responses to climate change. Going green is not necessarily cheap, but could pay dividends if consumer tastes and regulations shift as is expected. The green revolution will increase rapidly. Whereby some companies will develop their green strategies timely, others will disappear completely from the market. 
The other strategic risk regarding green topics, is the failure to 
anticipate and respond to consumer demand shifts, for example, the demand for 
more green products and services. Consumers today have more power than they did 10 years ago. They are strong enough to damage companies 
with anti-consumerism. The collapse of the gas-guzzling automobile industry is a very painful but prime example of this.
 Over 76% of consumers intend to shop in green stores in the future, however over 68% of these don´t now where. What kind of answers 
would a successful risk management team devise? If you are not sure, 
feel free to contact us.

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Ernst&Young recently published a report about the ten top strategic risks for businesses.
 It is not a surprise that two of the ten risks discuss green topics. Companies who would like to have a succesful risk management, should be aware of radical greening as a strategic risk, which is partly driven by the consumer and regulatory responses to climate change. Going green is not necessarily cheap, but could pay dividends if consumer tastes and regulations shift as is expected. The green revolution will increase rapidly. Whereby some companies will develop their green strategies timely, others will disappear completely from the market. 
The other strategic risk regarding green topics, is the failure to 
anticipate and respond to consumer demand shifts, for example, the demand for 
more green products and services. Consumers today have more power than they did 10 years ago. They are strong enough to damage companies 
with anti-consumerism. The collapse of the gas-guzzling automobile industry is a very painful but prime example of this.
 Over 76% of consumers intend to shop in green stores in the future, however over 68% of these don´t now where. What kind of answers 
would a successful risk management team devise? If you are not sure, 
feel free to contact us.

shopping-mall

 

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