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We help organizations achieve sustained returns from their Environmental Social Governance strategy. We provide our customers the expertise to improve their ESG performance, embedding sustainability. ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance, which is an approach to evaluating corporate performance that takes into account not only economic results, but also their impact on the environment, society, and corporate governance (materiality assessment).


Our consulting firm specializes in providing ESG services to companies in all sectors. We are committed to helping businesses improve their sustainability performance, promoting responsible and respectful growth of the environment and society. Specifically, we offer two main services: sustainability reporting and certification support.

Sustainability Reporting

A fundamental tool for measuring, managing, and communicating corporate ESG performance. Thanks to our experience and expertise, we are able to guide our clients in producing accurate and comprehensive sustainability reports that align with best practices and meet the requirements of major international standards.

Certification Process

Our certification support enables companies to obtain official recognition for their good practices in sustainability. Thanks to our knowledge of major standards and certification procedures, we can guide our clients through the entire certification process, from choosing the best standard to preparing the necessary documentation.


Sustainability Reporting

The drafting of a sustainability report can be a complex process, but with the help of our consulting firm, your report can be accurate and comprehensive. Our methodological approach involves an analysis of the company in relation to the standards defined by the norm, along with the concurrent definition of objectives, strategies, and metrics to be reported.

Sustainability Pre-Assessment

The first activity is to identify the company’s starting level of sustainability in relation to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) issues, in order to analyse the actions already in place in terms of sustainable development through a series of interviews with the responsible parties of the different areas

Identification of material topics and international reference standards

To set the content of the report and the materiality matrix, it is necessary to identify the material topics, or aspects of the company’s activity that have a significant impact on the environment, society, and governance These issues are selected based on the company’s needs and the involved stakeholders

Definition of metrics and data collection

Once the material issues are identified, it is necessary to define relevant metrics and collect data related to the company’s performance in these areas. Data can come from various sources, such as business operations, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders Data can come from various sources, such as business operations, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders

Data analysis

The collected data is analysed to understand the current performance of the company in relation to the identified material issues. The analysis is conducted with rigor and precision to ensure the reliability of the report

Report drafting

Once the data is collected and analysed, it is possible to start writing the report The report must be organized in a clear and structured way to enable the reader to easily understand the company’s performance in relation to the material issues