The ESG reporting requirement is here! The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) aims to significantly improve the quality of environmental and social reporting and thus raise it to the level of financial reporting. At the same time, more private and municipal companies will be included in the reporting obligation in the coming years, which will pose enormous challenges for SMEs in particular.
If you are currently only insufficiently concerned with the topic of sustainability, you run the risk of being overwhelmed by future sustainability reporting obligations. Non-compliance or poor results can lead to sanctions and even the loss of business relationships. To avoid such a situation, you should build up your expertise now and keep a close eye on upcoming regulations.
Sustainability is subject to increasing regulation:
ESG has come to stay.
And yes, it is complex.
We have therefore compiled the following help for you:
They must define their key topics, anchor the processes and establish a sustainability reporting system. From the company’s point of view, this is a major additional burden. We help you to plan this efficiently and pragmatically.
We train your staff, because the most important thing is to have skills in-house. So they are well positioned for everything that is yet to come.
Digitalization is essential today. The information must be reported digitally in future. But every company has different structures and issues – which is why we rely on a high degree of individualization.
We support you – whether in the start-up phase or in the long term – with personnel. Be it data collection, the development of internal control systems or the annual audit of suppliers.
Is this Purpose, or can it go away?
Global Goals Yearbook 2022:
The Sustainable Development Goals in a VUCA World