Making efficiency measurable.
The English abbreviation ESG stands for Environment Social Governance. In essence, ESG criteria provide information on whether the output of a company's actions (inside-out) is sustainable and what risks are present in the company. Thus, an ESG analysis is also indirectly relevant from an economic perspective. We have therefore expanded our approach to include the economic dimension as a further level of sustainability.
ESG is an evaluation and a risk analysis.
ESG is a kind of "bypass analysis" of existing financial ratios, because it evaluates the actions and the associated output of a company. This additional dimension provides SMEs with an initial assessment of the actual performance and the potential risks associated with sustainability. At the level of enterprise value, an ESG assessment is thus an elementary component that can be dynamicallyintegrated into a company's existing reporting.
ESG - supplemented by economic factors
With our ESG approach
we provide a first well-founded overview of the current sustainability status of an organization.
Our analysis draws on databases, some of which are available as standard in the company and others which are individually aligned by us. With our system of criteria, items and filters, we offer an analysis system that generates a maximum of information with a reasonable effort.
We summarize the results of the ESG analysis in a comprehensive documentation.
Our ESG analysis broadens the perspective on sustainable corporate performance and raises awareness of existing risks.
Expanding our ESG analysis to include economic factors that create a holistic reference.
Our qualitative methods are designed in such a way that many of your employees can be involved - this creates enthusiasm and participation for the transformation process from the very beginning.
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