Sustainability report in just 7 steps

I create your sustainability report with a clearly defined goal and a meaningful strategy. To enable you to comply with the statutory submission deadlines, you should schedule two to four months for the creation of the report, depending on the size of the company.

Step 1

The sustainability vision and sustainability strategy of your company are defined.

Step 2

The framework conditions and the process for creating your sustainability report are determined.

Step 3

Core topics are determined and prioritised and your stakeholders are identified.

Step 4

Data and information are gathered and the metrics for your core topics are calculated.

Step 5

Targets and the key performance indicators for your core topics are defined, together with the processes for determining them.

Step 6

The sustainability report is created and an external audit is carried out if necessary.

Step 7

Your sustainability report (ESG report) is published and shared with all relevant stakeholders via the most appropriate channels.

Credibility from the sustainability report

Use this approach effectively to show your target groups how serious you are about working towards the set targets and to show empty promises and greenwashing a definitive red card. ESG reporting is far more than just ecological sustainability.




  • Climate protection
  • Emissions
  • Adaptation to climate change


Natural resources

  • Biodiversity and ecosystems
  • Water and marine resources


Environmental pollution

  • Resources and circular economy
  • Energy


Respect for human rights

Working conditions

  • Health and safety at work and in production
  • Diversity and equal opportunities
  • Pay equity and work-life balance



  • Product quality and safety
  • Product liability and responsibility


Data protection and security



Business management

  • Role, composition and compensation of management bodies
  • Internal monitoring and risk management systems


Corporate behaviour

  • Company ethics
  • Anti-corruption
  • Free competition
  • Sustainable finance


Stakeholder management

  • Relationships with business partners
  • Social dialogue
  • Political dialogue