Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive



Demonstrate your continuous impact! Are you prepared to comply with CSRD? A tailored service that ensures business compliance with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.

Depending on your specific situation, we'll assist you in taking your impact to the next level by providing step-by-step guidance on how you, as a business, must comply with this new legislation by disclosing more detailed information about your impact on people and the environment.


In short

Allow us to help you through the transforming path of complying with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), demonstrating your commitment to purpose-driven company, and contributing to a more responsible future. Through our comprehensive approach, we will walk you through the general standards and disclosures required to comply with CSRD, as well as how to implement this in your business.

In short

Allow us to help you through the transforming path of complying with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), demonstrating your commitment to purpose-driven company, and contributing to a more responsible future. Through our comprehensive approach, we will walk you through the general standards and disclosures required to comply with CSRD, as well as how to implement this in your business.




What is Double Materiality Assessment?
A double materiality assessment for the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) refers to evaluating both the financial and environmental/social impacts of an organization’s activities. It involves assessing:

Financial Materiality: How environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues impact the financial performance of the organization. This includes understanding how factors like climate change, resource scarcity, or social issues might affect the company’s financial health, risks, and opportunities.

Environmental and Social Materiality: How the organization’s activities impact the environment and society. This involves evaluating the company’s environmental footprint, social impact, and governance practices, and understanding how these affect stakeholders, including employees, customers, communities, and the environment.

The CSRD requires companies to report on both aspects to provide a comprehensive view of their sustainability performance and risks. This dual perspective ensures that companies are transparent about how ESG factors affect their financial status and how their operations affect the wider world.
What is CSRD?
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a regulatory framework established by the European Union to enhance and standardize corporate sustainability reporting practices. It aims to create a more transparent and consistent landscape by requiring companies to disclose information on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.
This is for YOU if
  • You are a listed company

  • You are a large company with 2 out of the 3 criterias;
-Turnover EUR 50 million
-Balance sheet total EUR 25 million
->250 employees

  • You're struggling to monitor and report on your fashion brand's sustainability performance

  • You’re struggling to comply with upcoming EU laws and regulations

  • You’re looking to build consumer trust through reporting & transparent communication
With CSRD, you’ll get
Compliance with regulatory standards for corporate sustainability reporting.
Effective engagement with your key stakeholders in a pragmatic and strategic manner, ensuring their opinions are integrated into your ongoing business strategy.
Enhanced transparency in corporate sustainability reporting.
Detailed disclosures on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.
Empowered stakeholders with comprehensive insights.

A framework fostering responsible and accountable business practices.
Making maximum positive impact: Identifying and implementing sustainable practices throughout the supply chain to maximise positive environmental and social impact.
How do you ensure our company meets CSRD requirements?



With CSRD, you can achieve effective engagement with your key stakeholders in a pragmatic manner, ensuring their opinions are integrated into your ongoing business strategy. We follow a clear methodology of Plan, Do, Check, and Act:

Plan: Identify material topics through desk research, supply chain analysis, value creation, and IRK’s based on CSRD criteria (ESG topics).

Do: Conduct stakeholder surveys and interviews to assess the impact and financial implications of each topic for the short, medium, and long term.

Check: Process survey data and create prioritization matrices for each stakeholder group.

Act: Consolidate the results into a comprehensive DMA report.

Next, we follow a clear roadmap:
Phase 1: Awareness Phase

Phase 2: Strategy Phase

Phase 3: Implementation Phase

Phase 4: Reporting Phase

Additionally, we conduct a thorough assessment of your current reporting practices, identify gaps, and develop a tailored plan to address them. We provide ongoing monitoring and updates on regulatory changes to ensure continuous compliance.
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Rachel Cannegieter
Rachel Cannegieter has more than 20 years of professional experience in the fashion industry and has worked with more than 50+ brands from at least 10 countries to establish sustainable strategies with a business-first approach. Knowing the CSRD regulation inside and out, she understands the upcoming challenges.
Davina has 20 years of experience in the fashion and textile industry, working as a CSR expert to support companies and startups in transitioning to a future-proof economy. With ample experience in both business and non-profit sectors, her primary focus is creating a circular, inclusive, climate-neutral economy with fair and transparent supply chains.

Chanel, a dynamic ESG rebel, brings over a decade of fashion industry experience as a Corporate Responsibility manager and Product Developer. She offers companies tools to implement due diligence systems, sustainable materials, social compliance, and environmental management. Chanel guides organizations to become future-proof and responsible enterprises, emphasizing adherence to laws and regulations.

About the experts
Sustainability Expert & Head Rebel
Davina Feeleus
CSR & B Corp Rebel
Chanel Hoogduin
CSR & ESG Rebel
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Start your journey towards becoming a CSRD compliant business.
>> Disclose detailed information on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.

>> Comply with regulatory standards for corporate sustainability reporting.

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