ESG is a framework that helps companies to manage risks and opportunities related to environmental, social, and governance criteria. This aspect is increasingly important among investors during startup evaluation and due diligence processes.
One of the primary responsibilities of both parties is to align what ESG means in the context of a particular startup. For example, environmental risks would be more relevant to a startup focused on mining various ores than building new accounting software.
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