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Case Studies

Learn about some of Cikis' case studies

Rosso35

Rosso35 is a brand of women's clothing. Its vision is expressed in the constant search for a balance between classic and contemporary, so that the garments can last over time. 

Goal:

Rosso35's need to structure a path towards sustainability arises from the need to enhance the company's commitment and respond to the needs of a changing market.

Their sustainability strategy was defined through the following activities:

  1. Assessment: we highlighted strengths and areas for improvement.
  2. Definition of the "why" for sustainability: we identified corporate values ​​correlated to sustainability. These values ​​were used as a basis for identifying priority activities and creating their storytelling.
  3. Definition of targets: taking into account company priorities and consistency with the “why”, we have identified short, medium and long-term targets.
  4. 2021 activities planning: we planned both projects to be concluded in 2021 and activities which were necessary in 2021 to achieve the objectives of the following years.

"Cikis’ sustainability assessment has allowed us to understand our top priorities to reduce our impact."

Luca Signorelli

Rosso35

La Martina

La Martina's need to structure a path towards sustainability arised from the awareness of the urgency of integrating sustainability into the corporate strategy.

Goal:

La Martina's need to structure a path towards sustainability arised from the awareness of the urgency of integrating sustainability into the corporate strategy.

Their sustainability strategy was defined through the following activities:

  1. Analysis of the competitive environment and buyer requests: we analysed priorities that emerged from the comparison with the market.
  2. Assessment: we highlighted strengths and areas for improvement.
  3. Feasibility analysis: we defined actions which were consistent with the corporate strategy and with the best ratio between reduction of impact and effort required.
     

"Sustainability is an increasingly urgent need, but the breadth of implications is very wide. Cikis’ skills have allowed us to identify the best route towards reducing the impact of our company"

Enrico Roselli

La Martina

UEFA

UEFA, the Union of European Football Federations, is the governing body of European football. It groups together 55 European national football federations.

Goal:

The main goal of the project was to support the transition of the UEFA Champions League to circular Food & Beverage practices and to define UEFA’s Circular Economy guideline in F&B.

The project was managed through the following activities:

  1. Management of a stakeholder engagement project with clubs
  2. Feasibility analysis and pilot implementation of specific practices at UCL Final 2022
  3. Creation of UEFA circular economy guideline in F&B
     

Starting the sustainability transformation is not only an act of responsibility, but it is also a necessary action in order not to become obsolete.

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