Getting Started with CSRD - Why Double Materiatility Is Crucial?
The #CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) requires brands to communicate significantly more about their material sustainability challenges. In our workshop you will learn everything you need to know to implement the new regulation of CSRD with our step-by-step guidance on double materiality. A double materiality assessment is the first step that organisations must take to be in line with the CSRD. This new regulation for large companies comes into action as 2024, B.Vs and N.Vs from 2025 and for SMEs in 2026 - meaning EVERYONE needs to comply by then.
This workshop is for you if:
- You work at a brand in fashion/lifestyle/retail and take sustainable steps to make an impact
- Your brand finds it challenging to comply with this new set of regulations
- You want to know how reporting on business-critical topics affects key stakeholders
- You're looking for practical advice and tool
After this workshop you’ll have the tools to get started with CSRD.
About Rachel Cannegieter
Do you know what is expected from your company? Rachel Cannegieter has over 20 years of professional experience in the fashion industry and has worked with over 50 brands such as Carhartt, AGU, EK Retail, Wibra, Scapino, Maium to establish sustainable strategies with a business-first approach She thoroughly understands the CSRD regulation and the challenges ahead.