British Academy study reveals 63% of firms are taking steps to become more purposeful, while 55% think there should be government incentives.
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Enthusiasm for companies becoming “purposeful” organisations has grown considerably in recent years—and even more so during the pandemic. New research reveals that businesses believe they should be incentivised to make the switch.
The British Academy, an organisation promoting the humanities and social sciences, has found that 55% of business decision-makers surveyed see government incentives—such as lower taxes —as an important step toward creating more “purposeful” companies.
The survey also finds that 63% of businesses are exploring steps to become more purposeful.
That will come as good news to campaigners who have
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