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SMS Latinoamérica launches sustainability practice

SMS Latinoamérica has launched a sustainability practice for their clients across Latin America.

The new practice's aim is to help clients develop their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability reporting.

To that effect it will offer services such as consulting and advisory on the preparation of sustainable reports aligned with the Integrated Reporting (<IR>) framework, and audit of the reports.

The new practice will also assist its clients in the diagnosis and analysis of stakeholders, dialogue with interest groups, inclusive and sustainable procurement, alliance with social entrepreneurs, sustainability in the productive process and in the training insustainability for the senior and middle managers.

SMS Latinoamérica sustainability practice will be headed by Julián Costábile, who commenting on the launch said that to measure and manage the impact of businesses on society and the environment is the challenge of the 21st century for companies.


SMS Latinoamérica president Pablo San Martín said: "Sustainability is an area that we consider crucial in order to meet the changes that are taking place in our profession and we perceive has great business potential. We believe that Julian and this practice will add value to the quality and differential of SMS Latinoamérica."

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