This section is built for all business owners who want to comply with sustainability reporting guidelines and in doing so, to respond to the growing demand of their customers, investors and partners, for transparency and trust*

*according to ISO 26000 Corporate Responsibility and GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines 


  • The term sustainability reporting or “non-financial reporting” refers to the reporting tools which organizations disclose to provide information on those non-financial aspects which are not considered in the traditional financial statements. 

  • More specifically, a non-financial report informs on the environmental, economic, and social impacts generated by an organization or a company’s everyday activities. 

  • Non-financial reporting tools find a variety of synonymous terms such as sustainability reporting, triple bottom line reporting, corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting, and more.

  • Sustainability Reporting means communicating clearly about your business, products and future plans by using combined data and storytelling

  • Shareholders, customers and key decision makers are looking to find the right kind of data they need

  • Fulfilling their different expectations about your business impact solutions is critical

  • Your report needs to be tackling those expectations exactly if you want to create impact ​

  • Your company needs to report on their sustainability efforts and to demonstrate your work for advancing sustainability


  • There are more than $12 trillion USD business opportunities per year until the year 2030 to be invested in companies that show commitment to climate change and local communities building


  • 80% of Fortune Global 500 companies use Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards for reporting on their sustainability

  • 67% of investors care more about advancing social and environmental causes than an investment’s rate of return

  • 73% of millennials are willing to pay more for trustful ethically-sourced products and transparent labeling

Sustainability Reporting Roadmap


  • Reporting signals a responsible organization, open and honest with its stakeholders

  • The report allows all stakeholders to get a much wider picture of your organization than from the traditional financial report.

  • As a leader you understand and better manage your outward impacts - impacts on people and environment

  • Enhances transparency on what you are doing to advance the sustainable development framework

  • Easy risk identification and action taking

  • Identify and seize new opportunities for growth and market leadership


  • Your reporting scope is focused on your value chain

  • Dominant driver is the strategic, holistic, future oriented model

  • The timeframe reviews short, medium and long term

  • Reporting details are concise and material 


  • Preferably, the report is digital, easy to share 

  • Performance indicators provide greater transparency on all intelectual, human and social capital 

Book Your Free Diagnostic Call

In this 30 minutes call we will discuss your process of sustainability reporting, your readiness for reporting and the tool we are going to use

"Demonstrating a visible and authentic commitment to sustainability is especially important to CEOs because it is part of an urgent need to regain and build trust from the public and other key stakeholders, such as consumers and governments, trust that was shaken in the recent financial times.

Strengthening brand, trust and reputation are the strongest motivator for taking action on sustainability issues."




  • 20 years of international experience, B Corp Leader

  • Has worked in local and global sustainability project managing roles for energy companies such as OMV AG, where she managed the implementation of more than 30 sustainability projects

  • Project management certified and graduate of verified training in sustainability reporting 

  • Founder of Solutions4Impact, a sustainability consultancy for SMEs, helping them showcase their impact and reach more customers, partners and impact investors

  • Co-founder of New Virtual Collaboration, an online training company for corporates and SMEs specialized in team agility and leadership in remote working

  • Active as top, sought for, sustainability adviser at Solved Company Finland

  • Mentoring mid level and senior energy and tech professionals at Global Women Network for Energy Transition (GWNET) Professional Women of Vienna (PWN) and Tech.Face Switzerland 

  • Member of global EIT- Climate KIC Network of Coaches

  • Certified expert for accessing European Funds by the Education Ministry Romania

  • Guest lecturer sustainable framework and impact investing at Wroclaw Economics University

  • Advisory Board Member in Manna Foods, Romania 

  • Mentor and coach in local and international business incubator programs 

Corina Radu