Corporate management strategy pertinent to the next industrial revolution

In short; eco-efficiency is a management strategy of doing more with less.

It is based on the principle of creating more goods and services while using fewer resources and creating less waste and pollution. This management strategy generates more value through the deployment of technology, processes and strategic pivoting opportunities, whilst reducing resource use and environmental impact throughout the life of a product or service. This methodology and approach can enhance all areas of business, from purchasing, production, operations, marketing and distribution, through to capital markets and financing: ultimately creating long-term sustainable value for investors and stakeholders.

Yggdrasil, also called the World Tree, is an immense and central sacred tree in Norse cosmology. It unifies the entire universe, including the Nine Realms.

Our mission

To be a leading advisor, providing a full-service solution to global corporates as they pivot to a sustainability centric business strategy.

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Transformative Case Studies

Case studies which illustrate the transformative nature of a strategic adjustment with sustainability at its core...

Norsk Gjenvinning Group is the largest waste management services company in Norway.

A strategic re-appraisal of their operations led to them undertaking the arduous task of converting their business model from a traditional waste disposal operation to a resource business.

Through a combination of technology investments, process innovation, and success in having environmental regulation significantly strengthened, Norsk Gjenvinning Group succeeded in fundamentally transforming the waste disposal industry in Norway, as well as developing significant strategic advantages in the market.
An exercise to address the identification of a risk to Unilever’s tea supply chain, developed into a complete re-appraisal of tea farmers' growing practices and their use of chemicals.

These practices forced farmers to move their plantations every few years, which led to more rainforests being felled and resulted in disruptions and suspension of tea supply to Unilever. This wider review by Unilver of its supply chain led to the establishment of a cohort of individuals specifically skilled in the area of sustainable agriculture, who was tasked with educating the farmers on improved growing practices, through which Unilever managed to remove the disruptions in supply, and develop a new premium product to sell – Sustainable Tea.

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