ECCI becomes Key GRI Organizational Stakeholder

ECC International (ECCI) has officially become a key organizational stakeholder of GRI (Global Reporting Initiative). ECCI from now on will be recognized by GRI as an organization seeking to demonstrate a leadership position and commitment towards sustainability. As a leading process improvement consulting and training solutions provider in South East Asia, ECCI has long been deeply involved with and fully committed to helping companies achieve corporate sustainability and performance excellence.

ECCI has been working with leading SE Asian companies for over 10 years to promote good practices around corporate responsibility, social accountability, good governance and corporate citizenship through the implementation of ILO (International Labor Organization) regulations, GRI guidelines, CSR best practices and Environmental management standards, among others.

As an official organizational stakeholder of GRI, “we take another key step towards deepening our commitment to the practice of sustainability and promoting ESG best practices with our clients”, says Ms. Mayeen Magno, CEO, ECCI. Some of the key benefits of being a GRI stakeholder includes regular contact with GRI personnel, access to all the latest information and updates on sustainability reporting framework and the ability vote annually to elect Stakeholder Council members.

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a network-based organization that pioneered the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting framework. GRI is committed to the Framework’s continuous improvement and application worldwide. GRI’s core goals include the mainstreaming of disclosure on environmental, social and governance performance. To learn more about GRI, please visit


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