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Sustainability

SK Square aims to become a sustainable investment company based on ESG management.

SK DBL Management

SK Square achieves sustainable growth together with all stakeholders by pursuing both economic and social values.

SK DBL

SK Square will achieve sustainable stability and growth and maximize the happiness of its stakeholders through the “Double Bottom Line (DBL)” that pursues both economic value (EV) and social value (SV) at the same time.

Economic Value
Financial performance disclosed in accordance with generally accepted corporate accounting standards as the final result of a company's economic activities
Sales, operating profit, etc.
Social Value
Social performance created by social benefits through corporate economic activities and social damage reduction
Social benefits, social damage, etc.

DBL Double Bottom Line

The Need for DBL

As the scope of stakeholders expands and a hyper-connected society requires a new paradigm in the relationship between companies and society, SK Square strives to create social value as well as economic value. DBL is essential as a strategy and a principle, by which a company can prepare for future uncertainty based on the creation of lasting happiness for all stakeholders and a company can continue to survive and develop.

DBL
Performance Measurement

SK Square derives improvement directions through social value measurement every year and promotes social value expansion through business model innovation.

Social Value Performance Measurement

Indirect Economic Contribution Performance
  • Social performance created through the transfer of economic resources to employees / stakeholders during its economic activities, such as wages, taxes, dividends, or interests
Biz Social Performance
  • Social performance created through its production or distribution process, products and services afterwards
Social Contribution Social Performance
  • Social performance created through corporate social contribution activities such as local community donations, employees’ volunteer activities, and CSR program operation
Indirect Economic Contribution Performance
  • Social performance created through the transfer of economic resources to employees / stakeholders during its economic activities, such as wages, taxes, dividends, or interests
Biz Social Performance
  • Social performance created through its production or distribution process, products and services afterwards
Social Contribution Social Performance
  • Social performance created through corporate social contribution activities such as local community donations, employees’ volunteer activities, and CSR program operation