Is the new CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) from Europe a catalyst for change? According to the European Commission, companies will be obligated to report their efforts in combating climate change and inequality. This requirement applies to large corporations from 2025, necessitating data collection in 2024. Subsequently, smaller entities will also be subject to these reporting obligations in the following two years. The central question revolves around financing this transition and, by extension, the emergence of new business models. Have you identified the circular or regenerative business models aligning with your business? How do you familiarize yourself with them while mitigating the risks of change? And how will this impact your role as a business leader?
Join us for an insightful webinar where we’ll discuss:
- The principles of the CSRD
- Opportunities the CSRD presents for businesses
- Crafting a plan for new business models
- Learning from others, exploring their challenges, and understanding their barriers
Let’s navigate these changes together and uncover the innovative possibilities that lie ahead! 🌐✨ Don’t miss out – mark your calendars for an engaging exploration of the future of sustainable business. 🗓️🚀
Wednesday March 13th, 09:00 – 10:00
+ 31 6 39 03 68 69
About Het Hof van Cartesius
Het Hof van Cartesius focuses on people who want to take the Circular Economy the next step forward. Policymakers and strategists, team leaders and innovation managers who want to explore their next step in the Circular Economy with their colleagues and partners.
From March 11 to 16, 2024, Het Hof van Cartesius will once again be the place in Utrecht and the surrounding area where you can taste, feel, see and hear the circular economy. And you make discoveries to scale up sustainable ideas yourself. In small and large companies. We open our doors wide to visitors from the city and businesses.