Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, is a form of professional self-regulation that reflects a business’s accountability and commitment to providing wellbeing to consumers, communities, and the environment. This regulation is a consumer's first look into a company's procedures, products, and overall functionality. It gives them an idea of how the company performs and if their stated ideologies match their outtakes. CSR plays a crucial role in said company’s attractiveness and brand perception to other companies, agencies, consumers, and investors.