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Grant Thornton launches Impact House, uniting its sustainability and impact services

In recent years, Grant Thornton acquired advisory practices Sinzer, Avance Impact and Wolfs Company. Behind the scenes, they united their three propositions to meet the future challenges of a wide range of organisations. Today, Grant Thornton proudly presents the result: Impact House!

Impact House - partner in sustainability and impact

As Impact House, the goal is to support organisations on their sustainability journey, improve their impact and meet the changing demands from stakeholders and legislation – such as the CSRD and TNFD. Impact House is partner in the development of their sustainability and impact strategies and helps them measure progress, report and improve continuously.

The team of more than 40 experts includes strategists who know the ins and outs of the rapidly evolving landscape of sustainability frameworks, legislations and stakeholder demands. As well as specialists in complex scenario- and impact analyses, socioeconomic impact and climate change, and biodiversity loss.

Jacoline Plomp: "For many organisations, the urgency of future-proof strategies and addressing societal challenges is clear. Above all, they seek an expert to support them in a practical way. Impact House offers both the full breadth of expertise and a pragmatic approach."

Business case for future resilience

Integrating the former Wolfs Company knowledge, Impact House is equipped to help organisations, businesses and governments to include biodiversity and climate risks in strategies and business models – answering to a growing demand to integrate these insights in (business) strategy. Impact House creates fact-based and actionable insights in the dependence of and impact on natural and social capital.

Esther Wolfs: "By combining our knowledge on both social and natural capital, we help organisations and sectors prepare for a sustainable future. Together, we accelerate the positive impact of sustainable business."

Impact Campus

There is a huge need in the market for actionable knowledge on sustainability and impact. Impact Campus addresses that need by offering practical certified training programs to professionals.

Edith Kroese: "Sustainability and impact should be as high on the agenda as Finance and HR. We want to contribute to building knowledge and capabilities within all organisations and on all levels’’.

International and integrated

With Impact House and Impact Campus, Grant Thornton supports clients with all challenges on the journey to a more sustainable economy. They work in close collaboration with our international Grant Thornton network to address cross border challenges and opportunities – such as supply chain due diligence and European sustainability legislation, in an integrated way.

Emma Verheijke: "We support organisations in a practical way. With Impact House, we are now equipped to address an even wider scope of questions to ensure our clients success."

The team is looking forward to continue their work from Impact House and Impact Campus and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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