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            Our WHY?

The world is going through a crisis.  Our generation has unprecedented social and environmental challenges that need to be overcome in order for us to evolve and to safeguard our collective well-being and that of future generations. However, people have lost trust in the political class and regularly turn to entrepreneurs and business leaders for inspiration and leadership. Businesses, both large and small are in a unique position to influence outcomes which effect people’s lives and which create positive impact.  We know that most businesses feel this responsibility and want to do their part…business leaders also want to leave a legacy which goes beyond the traditional profit-making mindset.  However, they don’t always know how.  And that’s where we come in…we use our expertise to work with business leaders to create positive impact.

Our Approach


 Our work is inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals – a collection of global goals set by the United Nations, covering a broad range of social and economic development issues, which include poverty, health, education, climate change, gender equality, energy, environment and social justice; as well as the UN Business and Human Rights Framework – an authoritative global standard for preventing and addressing the risk of adverse human rights impacts linked to business activity. Inspired and guided by the above, we have created our own EASI ( trademark pending) approach which simplifies the process for implementation of corporate sustainability for small and medium sized businesses.



Roberta Lepre

Founder & Managing Director

A lawyer by profession,  Roberta spent the first years of her career working in the public and non-profit sectors, driven by a passion to create positive change. However, she became increasingly frustrated at the lack of progress…when she came across this quote by Anita Roddick :
“In terms of power and influence, you can forget the church, forget politics. There is no more powerful institution in society than business, which is why I believe it is now more important than ever before for business to assume a moral leadership. The business of business should not be about money, it should be about responsibility. It should be about public good, not private greed."
This inspired her to start engaging with the business community, and to work with business leaders and entrepreneurs to implement projects which have a positive impact on People, Planet and Prosperity !

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