Does Corporate Social Responsibility Pay Off?

This question is one that a number of company executives and their stockholders treat importantly. Although “doing good” is a goal for most of us, companies typically want to know how “doing good” impacts the bottom line.
New research from Nielsen has found that the answer is yes:
“Corporate social responsibility, also referred to as corporate citizenship or conscious capitalism, is practiced by companies dedicated to making a positive social or environmental impact on society. More and more, consumers expect companies to do one or the other, if not both.”
“But do consumers really care about conscious capitalism when it comes to buying decisions? Are they willing to pay more for products and services that come from companies that engage in actions that further some social good? Assuming a positive ratio between a stated willingness to pay and an actual willingness to open one’s wallet, Nielsen’s global survey on corporate social responsibility found that the answer is yes for a growing number of consumers around the world.”
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