Investors are increasingly concerned with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors when deciding where to invest their money. ESG reporting, which covers a company’s environmental, social, and governance responsibilities, has become crucial for businesses seeking investment capital. ESG-compliant companies are seen as less risky and better positioned for long-term success. Studies have shown that ESG investments are more profitable, leading to pressure on non-ESG-aware companies. Legislation is also being passed to bar support for companies that don’t meet sustainability requirements. Businesses that prioritize ESG issues and align with stakeholder values are more likely to receive funding and avoid financial failure.