Sustainability Strategy & Support

Sustainability and profitability are not mutually exclusive. On the contrary, the definition and integration of sustainability targets into your operations ensure the future viability and economic success of your products and company!

Sustainability Strategy & Support

Move from a re-active compliance focus to a pro-active future-proof and sustainable approach!


…Your company would like to develop a sustainability strategy but you do not know how to start?

…You want to build a sustainability program to future-proof your company and products?

…You are trying to overcome the gap between knowing that contributing to a sustainable economy is crucial and incorporating company-specific targets into your business?

Benefit from our experience and knowledge:

NovaLoop’s sustainability module ROSITA (“Realization of Sustainability Targets”) offers you an access point to implementing sustainability goals into your business operations. A ROSITA project is built on the following structure and will help you to identify sustainability goals suited to your business operations: 

Knowing that there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution, we recommend implementing sustainability targets on “system level” rather than concentrating on one isolated aspect of your supply chain.

However, NovaLoop’s systematic approach to identifying and implementing sustainability targets into your operations, ensuring measurability, makes this complex task more accessible:

*In the context of step no 2, we support you in finding options for data collection and assessment such as LCAs, EEIO, SDG Action Manager, GHG Protocol Scope 3 evaluator and others.

Please contact us, if you would like to find out more about how ROSITA can be beneficial to your company!

Our main focus in the area of "Sustainability Strategy & Support"

  • Company audit: Mapping the value chain
  • Compliance: Identification of potential gaps and corrective measures
  • Indicators: Creating the basis for comparison
  • Data: Collection and selection of suitable tools
  • Objectives: Measurability of progress