Sumo Group today released its October ESG Impact Report outlining its commitments and progress to date around its environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives across the Group.
Highlights of the report include the introduction of home energy assessments for remote workers, strengthened relationships with partners working with underrepresented groups in the games industry, and the third cohort of the Sumo Digital Academy being the first in the country to graduate on a programming apprenticeship recognised by the UK Government and securing roles within Sumo’s studios.
The report goes on to detail how Sumo is growing a sustainable business and providing security to its teams while delivering a first-class experience to partners and players. It also shares further opportunity for its people to get involved at a personal, studio and Group level in the company’s ESG initiatives.
Carl Cavers, CEO at Sumo Group, said: “ESG has always been at the heart of our business and is increasingly important to all our stakeholders, particularly colleagues. We are committed to setting clear targets that will help ensure Sumo Group is a responsible and sustainable business.”
The full report is available to view here.
More information on ESG at Sumo Group can be found here.