Our industries

As we specialize in several topics, we’re happy to serve a broad variety of clients in many industries. We team up with companies, NGOs, cities, authorities, small customers, big customers, famous and major international players as well as hidden champions and local heroes. But no matter whom we’re working with, we always strive for the highest quality as well as a joyful working environment and to be as creative as we can for our client’s solutions.


The manufacturing industry is driven by transformation, innovation, legal regulations, and the pressure to decarbonize the economy. However, the majority of manufacturing companies are still at an early stage in their transition towards low-carbon footprint products. Thus, they need to put more effort and resources into sustaining their business, and in some cases, the reshaping of business models is necessary. Furthermore, investors are increasingly looking for sustainable investments while also being cautious about expensive technologies which do not provide clear and strong returns.

In order to be profitable and become more resilient, businesses need to start long-term commitments considering key aspects like:

Food & beverage

The food & beverage industry is a highly competitive sector where manufacturers have to constantly develop new solutions, products or even business models, which have to meet different requirements simultaneously. Influencing factors include an increasing information flow (e.g. transparency and traceability), government regulations or self-declarations (e.g. the EU-single use plastic directive, Science-Based Target Network, EU Farm to Fork goals), and environmental issues (e.g. climate change, packaging issues or energy usage). Hence, you have to stay up to date with regards to:


Consumers’ expectations and demands are changing. When deciding where to shop, they are increasingly looking out for criteria such as

To stay competitive, retailers need to work on their flexibility and credibility, introduce new technologies in their own shops in order to improve energy efficiency, and at the same time customize the shopping experience. Since supermarkets are the interface to customers, the visibility of sustainability efforts along the supply chain in terms of e.g. working conditions or carbon footprint is crucial. The role of retailers between suppliers and consumers presents an opportunity to transform the operating environment.

Finance & insurance

The business models of financial institutions are challenged by megatrends such as:

Innovative and sustainable products in new areas are the driver for financial institutions to differentiate themselves from competitors and attract new capital. In terms of sustainability, these areas include energy efficiency, sustainable finance, and climate risk, for example.

By managing ESG opportunities and risks, financial institutions will increase transparency as well as their reputation among key customers and stakeholders and create long-term value for their businesses. Moreover, a systematic evaluation of ESG can strengthen the portfolio of financial institutions’ lending and investment activities.

Information & communication

Telecommunications and mobile operators connect people in a way that enables the prevention of emissions in other areas. However, at the same time, they are responsible for significant GHG emissions as well as resource use through the sold devices.

This industry faces the challenge of working in-between powerful mobile device producers (Apple, Samsung, etc.), depending on their sustainability efforts, while also facing private and business customer sustainability expectations. The established business model of gifting mobile devices in return for the renewal of customer contracts prevents sustainability improvements, so comprehensive changes to corporate and sustainability strategies are necessary here. In the current environment of volatile energy prices, investment in renewable energy provides a potential win-win in terms of sustainability and cost savings but requires careful planning in the local market context.

Real estate activities

The real estate sector – whether it involves developers, owners, investors, construction companies, or other players – faces an urgent challenge to build sustainable new buildings as well as decarbonizing the building stock, as buildings account for a third of GHG emissions. The pressure to develop science-based Net Zero objectives and measures on a corporate or portfolio level is increasing. The strong focus of regulators, tenants, and investors on net-zero buildings and ESG data urges companies to act in the fields of

Due to our experience with many clients in different sectors

we know how to handle the complexity of their requirements and challenges and support you accordingly.

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