ESG

Sustainability is constantly evolving and rapidly increasing in complexity. The best businesses engage, inform and improve outcomes for themselves, their industry and their customers.

Make ESG an asset not an aggravation with ESG solutions from The Disruption House that solves complexity, while saving you time and money.

COMPLEXITY

Getting ESG right is complicated, and the landscape continuously evolves. Our scorecards, reports and advisory services help you get ESG right in a light touch manner and at a much lower cost than hiring your own Sustainability Officer.

Time

Our online survey only takes 90 minutes to complete; our automated assessment gives you a detailed insight into your ESG capabilities with immediate visibility into the areas you need to prioritise to grow sustainably.

Money

Sustainable businesses are more efficient by reducing operating costs and lowering staff turnover. In addition, they are more attractive to investors and can lower their funding costs. They can even save money on key business services like insurance.

What we offer

Today’s start-up is tomorrow’s titan. Early adoption of sustainable commitments will ensure the right ESG structure is embedded in your business DNA and help to accelerate you into the next generation of corporate leaders.

Make your ESG credentials work for you with the ESG Essentials programme from The Disruption House.

ESG-Essentials educate, remediate and validate your company’s ESG journey from basic awareness through to strategic planning and execution. Efficiently scaled for the size and maturity of your business.

  • ESG-Essentials Automated: Multi-format automated assessment scoring your business against over 25 key sustainability metrics within the E,S & G pillars, enabling efficient strategic planning and stakeholder disclosure.
  • ESG-Essentials Report: Analyst-curated report provides benchmarking, feedback, and remedial advice on realistic and achievable goals to accelerate your ESG strategy.
  • ESG-Essentials Pathway: Membership service to define, monitor and deliver your sustainability strategy as the ESG industry evolves. For resource constrained businesses who want ESG at their core.
  • ESG Performance Validation: Employee survey and text analytics of internal and external channels to validate the results of the ESG survey.

ESG Essentials will set you on the path of sustainable growth at a fraction of the cost of doing it in house or bringing in expensive consultants.

Essential Assessment Metrics

Be authentic. Don’t get accused of purpose washing.

TDH’s unique ESG Assessment enables firms to demonstrate their transparency and commitment to sustainable responsibility by measuring them against a comprehensive list of core metrics

ENVIRONMENTAL:

  • Environmental policies
  • Emissions
  • Resource consumption
  • Energy management
  • Renewables and recycling
  • Environmental supply chain management
  • Certification

SOCIAL

  • Employee welfare
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Employee engagement
  • Training and career progression
  • Customer engagement
  • Health and safety
  • Community engagement and Charitable policies
  • Product responsibility

GOVERNANCE

  • Business ethics
  • ESG awareness
  • ESG policies
  • ESG stewardship
  • Board independence
  • Board diversity
  • Management remuneration
  • Risk management
  • Data security
  • Supply chain management

The TDH ESG-Essentials Automated Assessment generates a comprehensive and transparent scorecard using questions based on our 25 metrics to disclose your company’s ESG strengths and challenges to easily identify areas of improvement.

The TDH ESG-Essentials Report benchmarks you against your peers in your maturity band and provides detailed analysis and advice on actions you can take to improve your scores.

TDH ESG-Essentials are a low-cost, data driven way to kick start your ESG journey and monitor progress that you can communicate to your clients, staff and investors.

Preparing you for EU and UK Climate Regulation: Triple Whammy for SMEs and private companies

Supply Chain – The impact of climate-related disclosure rules for large companies will ripple through their supply and value chains, putting even the smallest businesses under pressure to provide evidence of their sustainability and climate impact.

Future Rules – The rules will expand to include many of the remaining 21 million EU companies classified as SMEs. They generate 2/3rds of all jobs in the EU.

Asset Managers and Banks – Investment and lending decisions will be simplified with a sustainable strategy, making portfolio inclusion for public and private companies simpler, and lending conditions easier.

Good ESG practices accelerate Business Growth and Resilience

  • ESG practices are linked to an increase in the bottom line: A proper ESG program can lead to cost savings by reducing waste, optimising energy usage and resources in a currently hampered supply chain.
  • Employees are attracted to social responsibility.
  • Customers are paying attention: More than half of customers (66%) say they will spend more on sustainable brands, according to Nielsen’s Global Corporate Sustainability Report.
  • Sustainability is almost the only thing driving purchasing behaviours for Gen Z consumers, making having a social mission key for B2C businesses.
  • Sustainability increases employee and customer engagement for B2B businesses: being able to demonstrate their own sustainability through the tender and contract process, helps them to fulfil the sustainability commitments of their customers.
  • Sustainable businesses have access to dedicated funds.

Sustainability is Key to Fundraising Success

  • 70% of individual investors (up from 64% in 2019) believe organisations have a responsibility to demonstrate ESG performance to investors, with Gen Z and younger Millennial-aged investors (18–34-year-olds) the most demanding around ESG credentials.
  • 44% of individual investors surveyed expressed that they would be more likely to invest in a company that demonstrates its ESG performance.
  • This sentiment increased to 55% for Gen Z and Millennial-aged investors across all regions.