At we care about ESD.

Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) is a significant concept, especially in countries and regions that aim to promote economic growth, inclusivity, and sustainability. Here’s why various stakeholders care about ESD:

Governments: ESD can be a tool for governments to promote economic growth, reduce unemployment, and achieve socio-economic objectives. By supporting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), governments can diversify their economies and reduce dependence on a few large corporations.

Large Corporations: Many large corporations have ESD programs as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. By supporting smaller suppliers, they can ensure a more resilient and diverse supply chain. It also helps in building goodwill and a positive corporate image.

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs): ESD provides SMEs with opportunities to access new markets, receive training, and improve their business operations. This can lead to increased profitability and sustainability for these businesses.

Communities: ESD can lead to job creation and community development. When local businesses thrive, they often reinvest in their communities, leading to improved infrastructure, education, and other community benefits.

In summary, ESD is not just a buzzword or a corporate responsibility checkbox. It’s a vital tool for promoting economic growth, sustainability, and inclusivity. Different stakeholders have different reasons for supporting ESD, but the overarching theme is the belief in its potential to create a more equitable and sustainable economy.