NewForesight continues to grow

July 23, 2015

To meet the increasing demand for our services, the NewForesight team has expanded significantly in the past years. Eight new professionals joined the firm in the last half a year alone, including a partner, consultants, communication specialist, analysts and associate consultants based around the world. See our website to learn more about our team and the expertise we offer.

The rise in our capacity is due to the growing amount of assignments for companies, NGOs and governments from around the world working towards sustainable market transformation. We offer services in strategy, implementation, intelligence and stakeholder alignment. Find out more about what we do here.

Among many others, we provide continuous consultancy services to front running multinationals such as Cargill, Mars and Ecom; to governments such as the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs; and to international organizations including IFC, World Cocoa Foundation and IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative.

Interested in our services? Contact us for a meeting with any of our consultants.

Lucas Simons at RT10 moderating session on market transformation of soy sector

BRUSSELS, May 19, 2015: New Foresight’s Lucas Simons facilitated various panel discussions at RT10. This was the 10th RTRS annual meeting, themed The Road to 10 million.

The two day conference brought together soy producers, traders, and numerous other companies and NGOs involved in the sector.

Due to NewForesight’s track record in facilitating firms and organizations in transitioning towards sustainability, the sessions Lucas moderated at the conference centered around steering companies and organizations towards sustainable transformation of the soy sector.

RTRS is a civil organization, founded in 2006 to promote responsible production, processing and trading of soy globally. The roundtable brings together diverse stakeholders ranging from industry to smallholders, and NGOs. RTRS certification addresses social and environmental issues related to soy production such as smallholder livelihoods and deforestation.

The organization aims to achieve 10 million tons of RTRS certified soy sold by 2017. It currently has more than 180 members worldwide.