Disruption House News Centigo and TDH announce ESG Benchmarking Partnership

Centigo and TDH announce ESG Benchmarking Partnership

Centigo and TDH announce ESG Benchmarking Partnership

During the last six months we have seen a substantial shift in client focus to address their ESG status, particularly in respect of carbon emissions. Much of this change is driven by demand from larger business customers. More and more, tenders, requests for quotes and renewal of contracts are accompanied by increasingly comprehensive and onerous ESG information demands about standards, business policies, environmental declarations, staff training, supplier preparations and so on.  This has created challenges for most organisations and especially SMEs who generally don’t have anyone with responsibility for ESG nor the skills, systems, data or processes in place to meet these requirements. The business case is clear – failure to reduce carbon emissions within purchased products and services and provide (independently) verified proof will put the business in jeopardy.  You get the impression that a dam has recently burst and that an enormous wall of water is rushing down the river and going to play havoc with everything down stream and those who have not prepared will be lucky not to get caught up and potentially washed away.

Most organisations have laudable but unrealistic carbon emission reduction targets as they struggle to measure and address scope two and three omissions. Those who have been asked to provide more granular information including full Life Cycle Analysis (LCAs) and Environmental Product Declarations are very aware of the difficulties of collecting this data and the future implications for their business and operating model.

“We are delighted to partner with The Disruption House (TDH) to help organisations benchmark their preparations against peer organisations. The benchmarks are fairly quick and easy to undertake. The benefits include helping clients make better informed big-picture decisions on:

  • Opportunities and risks based on insights of performance relative to peers
  • Materiality and where best to prioritise and focus efforts
  • Improvement targets both internally and within supply chain
  • Business case for investing in ESG and aligning it with strategic plans and innovation objectives.”

Dr. Ray Nulty Partner, Centigo Centigo

“In an ever-evolving landscape, the speed of change is vital to staying relevant. Despite eagerness for sustainability practices, companies often find it difficult and draining on their resources – which is where The Disruption House comes in! Our mission is to make sustainable solutions accessible so businesses can benefit from tools that provide resilience quickly and cost efficiently.

Our partnership with Centigo marks an exciting milestone in our mission: to provide their customers access to a cutting-edge ESG diagnostic tool that can quickly pinpoint actionable solutions. Together, we’re empowering businesses of all sizes take those steps towards building a more sustainable tomorrow!”

Rupert Bull, CEO The Disruption House The Disruption House

For more information contact ray.nulty@centigo.com or any member of our Ireland UK or TDH team Gabriel D’Arcy Ragnar Agnell David Galea David Riddell Dr. Colin Lawrence Penelope Kenny Nik Gowing Hans Christian Iversen Pär Eriksson Rupert Bull Richard Cummings Ulrika Axelsson Rita Barcoe

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