“Our experts are able to support you in the deployment of a global performance strategy through CSR, leading to your SUSTAINABLE TRANSITION.”

During these projects, they support general management or CSR teams on the rapid implementation of concrete solutions, making it possible to identify and anticipate environmental and social risks and to seize new opportunities, in addition to give you the keys to entertain your sustainable marketing.


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the way in which a company considers the social and environmental consequences of its activity. This approach allows companies to integrate the principles of Sustainable Development (SD) into its activities, taking into account the 3 pillars: economic, social, and environmental.
Changes in standards and market requirements make the construction of a CSR policy a lever of corporate strategy. More than the communication of non-financial data, your CSR policy will allow you to improve your global performance. To do this, CSR must be integrated into t your business core, otherwise it will only represent an additional cost.
We help you to carry out your risk mapping related to ESG issues according to international standards (Sustainable Development Goals, ISO 26000, ISO 45001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, Net Zero initiative, Science-Based Target, GHG Protocol Global, Reporting Initiative, TCFD).




  • Stakeholder Mapping
    • Exhaustively identify the company’s stakeholders
    • Identify the intensity of current exchanges with all stakeholders
    • Establish stakeholders’ strategic level
    • Choose the modalities of dialogue and prioritize stakeholders
  • CSR Diagnosis & Maturity Level
    • Assess the level of maturity (absolute and sector)
    • Take an inventory of existing initiatives
    • Position practices in relation to international standards: the ISO 26000 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
    • Learn about all the CSR issues to be addressed
    • Determine if the level of maturity is low, partial or reasonable
  • CSR strategy: priority CSR issues and Commitment Plan
    • Identify the priority CSR issues in your sector
    • Produce a double materiality matrix based on IIRC and GRI (*) with a double prioritization of each issue (from the point of view of the company and the stakeholders’) and hierarchization of the company’s issues
    • Build a CSR strategy that creates value for you and your stakeholders


  • Implementation and Mobilization
    • Design and implement detailed CSR governance
    • Mobilize actors and stakeholders allowing the success of the concrete implementation
    • Train the actors in concentric circles
    • Encourage the creation of opportunities (labelling; new solutions; adaptation of existing products/services)
  • CSR Value Management System
    • Track actions and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in two areas:
      • CSR initiatives already in place
      • Definition of objectives and KPIs
      • Monitoring of KPIs for the actions implemented
      • Assessment and recommendations to optimize value creation
      • Measurement of Social Return on Investment (SROI) for business and society
    • New CSR projects: actions to be implemented, SROI assessment, Rate of implementation of the most value-creating actions
  • CSR Integrated Report & Communication
    • Prepare the Publication and Valuation of the Corporate Sustainability Report
    • Present the short and medium-long term strategy and explain the governance, the sustainable processes put in place, as well as the actors allowing the success of the project
    • Communicate in complete transparency both on your CSR maturity and on the value created by your actions in an educational way (brochure, infographic, etc.)
    • Tools to carry out your sustainability marketing