“Beer hasn’t always done right by women, so we’re on a mission to make up for the bad $#!T by turning it into good $#!T.”
The ad is confrontational, angry and full of repetitive vulgarity which I guess the makers felt was cute, as the overall theme ties into the homesteading/small farm ethos so popular today.
23 hours ago (edited)They have to meet ESG goals to get loans and be in good standing in the international financial community.. the UN started the policy in 2005 with about 10 countries and goals. Now it’s fully international – unless BRICS refuses. ESG – environmental and social governance
14 hours agoOr they are being forced to raise their ESG in order to get the short-term loans that big companies need to get their liquidity up in order to fulfill bills while longer-term investments that are their main business, but they have to be able to get these short-term finances. The ESG nonsense was put as a requirement on a lot of these short-term liquidity issues several years ago and businesses are being forced to go get their ESG up or default in the short-term… But it is a treadmill and there’s no way off.
I’m not excusing them, the ESG stuff is nonsense, and fewer and fewer companies are able to find the non-ESG credit lines as time goes on, so more are being forced to go this way to avoid missing payments.