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The assessment is the basis of the definition of the strategy.
Cikis has developed a proprietary framework to carry out the assessment of the current sustainability performance of the company. The framework refers to the GRI and ISO 26000 guidelines and LCAs on clothing, integrated with the skills of the professionals directly involved.
The framework is divided into three macro-categories: Products and Processes, Supply Chain and Corporate. An exhaustive list of elements to be analysed has been defined for each macro-category, based on the specificities of the sector. For each element analysed (materials, chemical processes, etc.) a benchmark is made between company practices and the main industry standards at an international level. In this way, the company can compare itself with the best practices in the sector and identify the priorities to work on.
Based on the company’s needs, the framework can be integrated with sustainability standards of the company’s clients (ex. Zalando’s sustainability standard).
We design a Vision and a sustainability plan that allows the company to move from the current sustainability performance to the desired performance, defining S.M.A.R.T. objectives on the basis of the company’s priorities and values and the needs of competitiveness.
Once the strategy has been defined, Cikis helps the company implement activities, from the selection of materials to the use of design techniques for sustainable collections, to the implementation of traceability systems of the supply chain and communication of sustainability.
During implementation, Cikis ensures that the company is always at the forefront of sustainability by monitoring objectives and KPIs and checking for updates to regulations, best practices and buyers’ sustainability standards.
Once projects have been set up and implemented, Cikis ensures that the technical skills are transferred to the company's internal team, to make it independent in sustainability decisions.
Virgin plastics eliminated