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Hello Grammar Exchange members!

I've run into the following sentence while reading an article on the Internet.

a. On the contrary, inefficient management of ESG erodes a company’s brand value and ends up bleeding the business needn't be reiterated through mere words.(https://brandequity.economicti...interlinked/87516495)

I don't understand how this part "needn't be reiterated through mere words" can be attached to the sentence.

As far as I understand, there're two complete sentences in a.

b. Inefficient management of ESG erodes a company’s brand value.

c. Inefficient management of ESG ends up bleeding business.

I'd like to hear your thoughts on this.

Thanks in advance.

-KDog

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