We provide you with the insights, cases, tools and training that will help
you put your words of responsibility and sustainability into value-adding
actions. We help you build the business case of corporate social
opportunity by turning risky business into good business. Link
Get an overview of the what’s, why’s and how’s, so you can make informed and qualified decisions, before you kick-start a new plan, process, project or programme. Read more.
Get fresh insights into emerging global trends, new business logics and best-practice innovations, so you can keep ahead of the 21st century business & innovation game. Read more.
Get the knowledge, exercises, and tools to turn your plans, projects or programmes into effective and genuinely value-adding actions. Read more.
Tailored workshop and training programmes to help you improve, revitalize, differentiate or innovate your (business) activities in ways that create both economic and social value. Read more.
In-house support and confidential sparring sessions for managers and companies, who want to acid-test or get competent input for their CSR and sustainability efforts from an external expert. Read more.
There is no one-size-fits all formula to creating sustainable business success. Partly because it is a journey more than an end-state, but also because it depends on the company’s culture, ambitions, market challenges etc. Your potential business benefits and return on investment (ROI) from our services are therefore manifold – depending on the goals and focus of your efforts:
An improved or revitalized corporate brand reputation
Keeping at the forefront of new or future regulations and legislations
Social and economic value creation is not limited to a particular breed of companies. The 21st century business mindset is present in all sectors of society:
This is reflected in our client base, which includes ministries, unions, business schools and universities, municipalities, NGOs, business networks and associations, think tanks, trade unions, entrepreneurs, medium-sized companies and multinationals. Ministries, for example, want to develop new policies for corporate responsibility or sustainable consumption. NGOs want to partner with companies to create more social value. Businesses want to create a workplace that can attract the new generation of talents. And 7entrepreneurs want to develop products and services that meet people’s needs in new, sustainable ways.