The Triple Bottom Line
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Chief Financial Officer at Enbiorganic, Vivek Agrawal, as they chat about the Triple Bottom Line. Coined by John Elkington in 1994, this phrase is more important than ever especially for the wastewater industry. This involves a company with three aspects which are the people, the planet, and the profits. Vivek shares that this is gearing towards sustainability while making profits that will help the company flourish as much as it helps with the improvement on the state of the environment. Stay tuned to find out more about how Vivek puts in the effort and how they apply the Triple Bottom Line in their company, Enbiorganic!
This episode covers:
● The core of the Triple Bottom Line and its relevance
● What Vivek recommends as key foundations of Triple Bottom Line
● Does the transition for Triple Bottom Line require an outside consultant?
● The Triple Bottom Line as a contagious mindset from company to customer
● The future of the movement for the wastewater industry
About Vivek Agrawal:
Prior to joining Enbiorganic, Vivek was a Managing Director at Compass Point Research & Trading and senior research analyst at Wells Fargo Securities where he ranked #2 for stock picking within Thrifts & Mortgage Finance in the 2017 U.S. Thompson Reuters Industry Analysts Awards. He was a Vice President and senior credit analyst at Declaration Management & Research (John Hancock subsidiary) instrumental in early identification of the housing crisis. Vivek was a Vice President at H.C. Wainwright & Co. in the investment banking group responsible for corporate finance transactions including raising growth capital for small to mid-sized private companies. Vivek was an AVP in the commercial banking group of Bank of America and began his career as a commercial credit analyst. Vivek received a BS in Finance from the University of Maryland (College Park) and an MBA from Fordham University.
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