BusinessSustainability25. November 2022


Sustainability, environmental protection and social justice – these are just three of the many buzzwords that have developed in recent years and demand a change in business and society. With the Sustainability Assessment, we offer you the opportunity to evaluate your own sustainability performance quickly and free of charge.

The consideration of sustainability in corporate as well as private context has developed from a niche to a topic of high relevance and political interest. With legal requirements and frameworks such as the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), EU taxonomy and Act on Corporate Due Diligence Obligations in Supply Chains, as well as increasing expectations from stakeholder groups, companies are increasingly being asked to adapt their actions.

Large and manufacturing companies are provided with clear guidelines and orientation support as well as minimum requirements with the existing reporting obligations such as the DNK (Deutscher Nachhaltigkeitskodex) and the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative). Small and medium-sized companies, on the other hand, are often faced with the challenge of finding an entry point for themselves.

A well-founded analysis of your own sustainability performance

The Sustainability Assessment developed by Multiversum enables these companies to get an overview of their own sustainability profile.
For this purpose, existing measures and future ambitions are evaluated in a compact survey.
The individual and automated evaluation along the three dimensions of “environmental, social and governance” subsequently offers initial possible starting points and optimization potential.

The Sustainability Assessment thus offers you a low-threshold introduction to the topic and shows you concrete possibilities for integrating sustainability into your business activities. Please click here for the free assessment of your sustainability performance.
We are also happy to help you with a more detailed analysis of your results or the identification and implementation of subsequent steps.

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