Our expertise applied to companies
CSR policy implementation
In a world that is constantly changing and faced with environmental, social, and economic challenges, the integration of sustainable development has become an important means of insuring the longevity and viability of an organization. Goodwill-management accompanies organizations in all stages of implementation of a rigorous and value-creating CSR policy.
Value creation through csr
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a vital issue in confronting challenges of the present as well as the future, in order to develop an economy that is respectful of people and the environment. And yet the belief that CSR and its associated costs are a constraint on economic performance persists in many organizations. For 12 years, Goodwill-management has accompanied clients in creating synergies between CSR initiatives and economic performance.
intangible assets and value of companies
Regardless of the method used, company valuation is essentially an evaluation of the organization’s ability to create value in the future. In today’s service-oriented economy, client fidelity, ability to attract talent, and innovation ensure the longevity of an organization. These key factors of performance make up the intangible assets of a company and contribute to its value, despite not always appearing on balance sheets. As such, evaluating intangible assets is essential for a more accurate company valuation, taking into account all resources, whether visible or “invisible.”
Company VALUATION consulting
As a consulting firm in responsible economic performance, our goal is to contribute to the creation of a new economy that is respectful of both people and the environment. In addition to expertise in intangible assets, Goodwill also offers services in traditional financial valuation.
A company committed to socially responsible policies contributes to local social and economic development. This impact is measured by employee salaries and taxes paid by the company, purchases, as well as its core activity. There are direct and indirect impacts concerning many stakeholders – not only employees, suppliers, clients, but also society as a whole as well as the environment. Socio-economic impact assessment allows companies to determine the value that they contribute to the area of its activity.