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Consultancy for obtaining ISO Certifications

Today, the concept of sustainability is increasingly at the centre of discussions between institutions, companies - whether multinational or family-owned - and the public. This word first appeared in the 1980s and now the time has come to make it a reality.  For this, the active involvement of all the players in the economic and social arena is important: from governments to entrepreneurs and their employees, who must embrace the idea of complete sustainability. A choice motivated by the new regulations required internationally, but also by a personal responsibility towards a fairer and more respectful future, a "greener" tomorrow that can no longer be delayed.


Sustainability is a commitment to reducing environmental impact but also to improving the social and economic well-being of the community and the system as a whole.

Today we need to ask ourselves two fundamental questions:

·      What does it mean to be a sustainable company?

·      How can we, in practice, assess this parameter?

Corporate Sustainability Advisors


The word 'sustainability' indicates an approach that aims at meeting the needs of today's generations without compromising the possibilities of future ones.

Sustainability is a vision, as it focuses on the company's behaviour, actions and development choices, with a focus not only on short-term problems but, above all, on long-term ones.



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environmental, social and economic.


Our goal is to help companies to be truly sustainable by integrating the three dimensions of corporate responsibility into their business model.


Environmental sustainability: The aim is to reduce the environmental impact in the production phases or processes of the services offered (therefore it applies to the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors) and in the focus on the responsible use of natural resources.


Social sustainability: oriented towards employees and collaborators in the company and the community the company serves. Social sustainability deals with issues of justice and equality in the workplace, banishing all forms of discrimination, applying the concepts of Inclusion & Diversity. At the same time, it focuses on the security and sense of belonging of people within the company.


Economic sustainability: is the ability to create value through the production of goods or services that improve people's lives and is achieved by combining economic and financial aspects with social and environmental sustainability.

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With decades of proven experience in the field of sustainability for small and medium-sized companies at an international level, we offer our expertise to help companies achieve genuine sustainability that becomes a distinctive and qualifying asset to their stakeholders.

An opportunity that is even more relevant in the current historical phase of strong generational transition, where educating about love for the planet is fundamental.  Only by putting people at the centre can we help protect our future and create added value for society as a whole.


The impact of the commitment of a sustainability strategy must be measurable and practical, so it is important that it is a genuine company objective. Greenwashing, i.e. adopting sustainable practices as a marketing tool only, as it doesn't take us in the right direction of environmental protection.


Therefore, it is important to be based on measurable and sharable indicators and to integrate sustainability into business processes. The indicators with which we can calculate impact are different, and may vary depending on the type of company, but there are some general guidelines that should be applied:

  • Comply with global and national sustainability laws and standards (ISO certifications)

  • Intervening in production and service processes to make them more sustainable

  • Protecting workers, collaborators and employees

  • Assessing the company's impact on the community in which it operates


It is absolutely necessary to have a global perspective, which our governments and international bodies have been outlining for years (2030 Agenda, Paris Agreement, 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Glasgow Agreement).

We must all work together for a global response to the climate crisis, putting people and the wellbeing of communities at the heart, adopting long-term strategies that protect the most vulnerable today and those most exposed to environmental change in the future.


The road to sustainability is a serious commitment.

Choose to make a difference.

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