Sustainable business

Doing business with attention to people, the environment, and economic results.


What is sustainable business?

Sustainable business is conducting business with equal attention to people, the environment, and economic results. Sustainable business means choosing subjects where your organization can have the most impact. And, sustainable business is about taking small, concrete steps without losing yourself in dizzying, grand ambitions.

"Together with our clients, we create demonstrable sustainability impact with every project"

That is our ambition, our BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal). It's the guiding star on the horizon that inspires us and sets us in motion. It may – or should – be a bit uncomfortable. And indeed, it is. We'd like to share with you what our path to sustainable entrepreneurship looks like. And how we can help your organization implement sustainable business practices.

4 sustainable development goals

To determine the sustainability of our projects, we assess them based on these 4 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Sustainable development goals established by the United Nations. These specific goals align most closely with our core values. Additionally, we expect to have the most impact on these goals.

  • Gender Equality (SDG 5)
  • Reducing Inequalities (SDG 10)
  • Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG 12)
  • Climate Action (SDG 13)

How we assess our projects for sustainability

To determine the extent to which our projects are sustainable, we examine the impact each project has on one or more of the four sustainable development goals and the prerequisites needed for them.

Start with sustainable business

Anticipating the energy transition? Addressing the nitrogen crisis? Or do you simply believe, like us, that sustainable business is a prerequisite for your organization to be future-proof? We offer various solutions that contribute to the transition of your organization towards sustainable entrepreneurship. This includes enhancing your agility, more effective use of your data, or developing moral leadership.

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