Since 2015, markets and legislators have been paying closer attention to Environment-Social-Governance (ESG) issues
The Covid-19 pandemic magnifies risks and potential impact, and speeds the necessity to act:
These disruptions call for a bold strategic response as “strong ESG performers with stakeholder-focused and adaptivegovernance structures are likely to remain resilient amid these rapidly changing dynamics.” 6
INUO Strategic Impact has the tools and expertise to support your strategic goals and create sustainable EBITDA
Full Potential Impact: definition and implementation of a robust ESG strategy, including identification of immediate risks and vulnerabilities across the value chain and design of a remediation roadmap based on disruption scenario analysis, reevaluation of the supply chain, alignment of companies KPIs with adequate ESG metrics, identification of relevant ESG best practices, preparation to ESG certification by a third party agency.
100-360! Full Efficiency Impact: 100 days to diagnose and deliver sustainable EBITDA-positive operational results, enabling the financing of a Full Potential Impact transformation program, whose monetizable results obtained after 360 days are characterized by ROIs of the order of 3 to 5.
Specialist of corporate strategy, Denis practiced for more than 35 years as a partner in leading global strategy consulting firms such as Mars & Co, Oliver Wyman and Bain & Company in the US, Europe, Africa, Brazil, and mainland China.
Denis is a recognized Expert at identifying opportunities, developing new ventures and start-ups, validating with stakeholders innovating strategies, bringing in financial partners and actively participating in developing or turning around companies in special situations all around the world.
Denis held an MBA from Harvard Business School and is graduated from HEC.
Associate Partner, ESG Expert
Starting her strategic consulting career with Bain & Company, Florence has been advising companies internationally and is an expert in ESG/CSR issues.
She has contributed to the emergence of the non-financial rating industry since the early 2000s, has advocated and been instrumental in the adoption of ESG factors by credit rating agencies, and has been a driver of change for companies’ switch to more environmentally-friendly practices in Asia.
Florence holds an MBA from The Wharton School and is graduated from ESCP.
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