Getting more firms to do well by doing good

The winning team, comprising NUS Business School students (from far left) Henry Wat, Germaine Tyo, Joey Ho and Oh Chin Keong, proposed to increase the levels of sustainability investing by partnering key opinion leaders and universities to change min
The winning team, comprising NUS Business School students (from far left) Henry Wat, Germaine Tyo, Joey Ho and Oh Chin Keong, proposed to increase the levels of sustainability investing by partnering key opinion leaders and universities to change mindsets.ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA

Students' app feature helps raise awareness of sustainability investing

Four students who devised an app feature that makes investors and companies more aware of sustainability reporting have clinched the top prize at a recent university business competition.

They beat about 200 other students in a hotly contested event that aimed to raise awareness of the importance of sustainability investing.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 18, 2018, with the headline 'Getting more firms to do well by doing good'. Print Edition | Subscribe