Our approach 

We help companies and governments to make sustainability a key driver of their growth, and collaborate to realise new opportunities.

Our unique analytical tool

We have developed a unique tool, The Earth Security Index, to analyse where a company should focus its strategic impact:

  • An integrated country risk visual (higher scores = higher country pressures).

  • Tracks 39 risk dimensions on ESG factors, using 120+ data indicators from global public sources, and covering 190+ countries.

  • A framework of globally comparable data, based on 4 years of R&D with renowned global experts in international agencies.

  • Aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals.

We move from insight to action

We bring a new analytical approach to define the sustainable growth paths of companies, advancing a new generation of collaboration models to address systemic risks and opportunities.

01

Systemic

challenges

We bring a new analys the trends holistically to define key challenges to undermine sustainable growth in different political contexts.

02

Sustainable

models

We define new value propositions for finance and industry that are linked to new business models that deliver sustainable growth.

03

Enabling

stakeholders

We expand the strategic sectors and stakeholders that bring value to partnerships and engage to validate proposals.

04

Strategic

opportunities

We design new proposals, drawing on analysis of lessons from comparable cases and experiences

05

Brokering

collaboration

We broker and facilitate engagement and collaboration, and support the implementation of new programs.

Featured client projects

ITC Limited

Our work for ITC Ltd, one of India’s largest conglomerates has developed strategic propositions to address key systemic challenges to its sustained growth in the Indian context, identifying a series of new opportunities for the group to increase its competitive position with investors, customers and regulators.

CDC Group

We worked for CDC Group, the UK’s Development Bank, to define an ESG strategy for financial sector in Pakistan, focusing on four investment sectors: automotive, sugar, textiles, and pharmaceuticals, and creating a strategic brief for a training workshop with corporate finance managers of Pakistan’s largest bank.