(, ) () dropped its ‘Energy’ suffix in July, and both the brand refresh and the company’s most recent results reflect the holistic nature of its evolution and approach to clients and climate considerations.
Climate change and corporate net zero responsibilities are becoming non discretionary requirements for the economy and chief executive Mark Dickinson is positioning Inspired to be at the forefront of this key societal transition.
He’s used some of recent placing proceeds to buy and incorporate “great businesses” which not only and obviously give access to more customers, but allow Inspired to become evangelists about net zero strategies while monetising proprietary technology.
Shareholders are benefitting from the increase in the dividend, and Dickinson says the foundations and opportunities are there for Inspired to “really start to move the dial and hopefully accelerate that organic growth” in 2022 and 2023.
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