Yes. We're still at it. We're busy analysing and crunching all the data from our latest research on Trends in Danish corporate reporting.
This time, our focus on key stakeholders sets the Trend Study 2.0 apart from the previous one. Here at Kontrapunkt and Simple revolution, the questions that draw readers into your annual and ESG reports fascinate us.
Which primary touchpoints are essential for analysts and investors? Which specific elements are tipping the investment decisions of private investors? And finally – but not least – is it possible that your organisation could foster stronger relationships and attract the best talent by producing engaging corporate reports?
We're already beginning to identify some exciting insights. Particularly regarding the importance of establishing alignment between the company' purpose' and its activities.
They want the annual and ESG reports to shed light on how 'purpose' guides the company's value creation, business model, strategy and ESG priorities.
One employee told us: "Purpose and sustainability... There's something professional about a company's ability to express itself clearly in these areas."
Commenting on the strategy and outlook sections in annual reports, another employee said: "I'd like to see the outlook in the context of the company purpose. There should be a red thread connecting the core activities to the plans for the future."
Investors and analysts are more pragmatic regarding the unifying role of 'purpose' in a corporate report. There needs to be consistency. As one of the international investors we spoke to said: "When they (purpose and business model) are aligned, it's very powerful and creates the most stakeholder value."
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