Getting Ready for CSRD

CSRD Key Facts

31st July

The European Commission adopts the ESRS.


European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS).

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Organisations required to report according to the new CSRD.

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About The Corporate
Sustainability Reporting
Directive (CSRD)


The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) entered into force in January 2023, as a substitute for the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). This new regulation is a game changer
for sustainability reporting practices and will require organisations
to alter how they report on sustainability topics. 

Read all about the 2024 updates in our latest blog article here

Watch our latest CSRD webinar


In this session, our experts shared insights on the implementation of CSRD in phases using the ABCD method we developed:

  • Analyse
  • Build 
  • Consolidate
  • Disclose


Thursday, 18th of January | 4.00 PM CET

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How we can help

Our international team of sustainability experts can help you align with the upcoming CSRD and provide you with valuable insights to streamline the reporting process. 

1. CSRD Gap Analysis

2. Double Materiality Assessment

3. CSRD Workshop & Training 


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CSRD Factsheet
The New Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive


  • What is the new CSRD? 
  • Who will be affected and when?
  • How to get ready?

CSRD Webinar Series

Episode 1

Double Materiality

The first episode in the series will provide a recap of the CSRD requirements and a breakdown of how to apply the concept of double materiality. Our experts will use case study examples and share best practices to make things practical.



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Episode 2


In this episode, our experts explain the key requirements to disclose your sustainability strategy, as mandated by the new directive. Additionally, they share best practices and case studies on how to embed your sustainability strategy within the overall corporate strategy.



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Episode 3


In this episode, our experts explain the key principles of circular economy and talk about how to report on circularity. Additionally, they explain how the topic of circularity fits into the context of the CSRD and share tips and recommendations on how to prepare.




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CSRD Expert Views

Reporting on Risks & Opportunities

The CSRD will come into effect for large public organisations in 2024 (reporting on 2023 metrics) and will progressively apply to more and more companies over the upcoming 6 years. For organisations to prepare themselves for CSRD compliance, we encourage a systematic integration of opportunities [...] 


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Reporting on Performance & Goals

The CSRD requires organisations to report on their sustainability strategy and performance. Regardless of whether your organisation falls within the CSRD scope or not, this cornerstone piece of legislation will likely affect your activities. As reporting is required annually, the CSRD aims to effectively nudge progress in sustainability performance [...]


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CSRD 2024 Update: Towards ESRS Implementation

With the final European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) approved and applicable from January 1, 2024, many organisations are now required to start collecting data to fulfil the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in their next non-financial reports.   [...]


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Are you getting ready to disclose according to the new CSRD?


Working with hundreds of SMEs and large corporate, what we have learned is that more and more business leaders want to go beyond only backward reporting, and truly want to look and plan ahead to transform.

Helping companies move from compliance to purpose is our mission. Do you want to be on time for CSRD, let’s discuss how we can best support you in your sustainability journey.


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