The experts’ recommendations aim at post-pandemic interests to focus on stimulating economic growth in the long term. This challenge should be followed with incentives that allow sustainability within a sustainable framework, especially while facing the country’s commitment for 2030.
“A development based on sustainability is crucial” according to General Manager of Green Leader Environmental Services, Chemical Engineer Javier Ramírez López. “It should guide entrepreneurships looking to consolidate in the dynamic national and international market. An interesting challenge that requires us, as SME (Small and Medium Enterprises), to be in the leading edge of environmental, economic and social challenges that we go through as a country and globally too, especially while facing the climate crisis that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon, according to the last report from the UN”, states.
“Unlike past decades in which the development of companies was focused mainly on economics, nowadays the entrepreneurships with a future on the market are the ones that have a key role in society, by having their operations and services based equally on economics, social welfare and environment”, says the General Manager of GreenLeader Services.
For Javier Ramírez L., “To set a sustainability challenge on companies it requires them to acknowledge an unwavering commitment to sustainability. Without that definition internalized, they are only facing a declaration of intent. Then, to generate a shared social value is very important because it means to go beyond the commitment of the company. It implies a social value to the actions of the company and, without a doubt, the respect for the environment and the communities where these actions take place are important as well”.
The General Manager of Green Leader Environmental Services says the pandemic caused by Covid-19 has changed society in an important way, and even if it strongly hit some economic sectors, the latest recommendations by the Autonomous Tax Council, the academy and the business world aim to stimulate the growth of economy on the long run, which needs to be followed with incentives that allow sustainability within a sustainable framework, especially while facing the country’s commitment for 2030.
Lastly, Javier Ramírez L., adds that as an environmental services company of Northern Chile they want their clients to lead the productive development based on sustainability, since they have been specializing on these challenges for years.