Many companies are asking themselves: what is the 2030 Agenda?
In 2015, world leaders agreed on a road map with the aim of creating a more sustainable and egalitarian world, which would involve the entire international community.
Agenda 2030 Objectives
At Quodem, we provide you with a summary of each of the 17 objectives of the Agenda 2030 that have been established by the United Nations member states. They signed a commitment to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and therefore ensure a better future for everyone. These resources are:
Knowing in advance the key market segments in the economy of the future will allow us to integrate solutions aimed at these markets at a global level in advance.
Sustainability actions have a direct impact on the company’s cost savings.
Large companies are including Agenda 2030 at the core of their business model, so they will require their suppliers to work in the same direction and be aligned with the same objectives (66% of IBEX analyses its suppliers based on social criteria, and 71% based on environmental).
Public Administration will also take these criteria into account when bidding and contracting companies for tenders.
A strategy based on SDO 2030 will improve the company’s reputation and will have a positive impact on the positioning and perception by consumers and customers, both internal and external.
One step ahead of regulations
Growth is expected in terms of regulations relating to SDO 2030. Adaptation to them will therefore be more effective and faster in companies that have integrated them into their strategy and business model.
Do you want to know more about the 2030 Agenda and how it affects your company?
At Quodem we can help you implement the goals of the 2030 Agenda in your company.