What are the barriers companies experience to become sustainable?

Balance on both axes

As a society, we have lost the ability to think multilaterally. Ecologically inspired organisations experience challenges with their commercialisation. On the other hand, many companies do not know where to start in reducing their environmental impact. Bringing economy and ecology together requires balance on both axes.

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Commercial Framework

We structure, optimise and scale up your commercial processes

Go to Market

We successfully bring your product or service to the market


We look at the possible impact of sustainability for your organisation

Ecological Business model

A new form of value creation through 'ecological business models'

A new way of value creation

“Any recovery of the natural World in its full splendour will require not only a new economic system but a conversion experience deep in the psychic structure of the human” (Berry, 1999: 60)

The Ecological Entrepreneur (T-EE) arose from one simple need: the realisation of sustainable progress, by bringing economy and ecology together. A need to maintain our current level of prosperity and well-being and to protect natural capital. Everyone is part of the natural capital, influences the systems and thus the state of our planet.  (Kate Raworth, Doughnut Economics). The Ecological Entrepreneur translates this into concrete actions for your organisation.

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What keeps your ecological solution from being a business success?