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Tessa van der Meiden

Marketing & Communications

Career update

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Junior Analysts Hessel & Joost share first impressions, expectations and advice for future applicants


Author: Tessa van der Meiden
Post type: Career update


Welcome! This month our newest Junior Analysts Hessel Moelijker and Joost Backer started their journey here at NewForesight. Within their first days I had the chance to ask a few critical questions to get to know them, ask about their first impressions, expectations […]

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Thinking about how to solve your sustainability challenges in a structural way? 5 reasons why Market Transformation thinking is your best bet.

Marketing & Communications

Blog

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Trying to solve sustainability challenges? 5 reasons why Market Transformation thinking is your best bet


Author: Thinking about how to solve your sustainability challenges in a structural way? 5 reasons why Market Transformation thinking is your best bet.
Post type: Blog


Systems thinking isn’t as scary as it sounds. Systems thinking is a combination of processes and outcomes and it is the understanding of the different components that make-up a market. We understand it as a 4 phases model and we believe that all […]

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Eva Schouten

Analyst

Blog

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Looking ahead: 4 pathways leading to next level collaboration for sustainability in 2019


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Blog


With Christmas and New Year’s behind us, we are reflecting on a great year for sustainability. Throughout 2018 more global commitments were made by both the private and public sectors in many different industries, many of which are dedicated to pressing sustainability challenges and, […]

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Daniel Pedersen

Associate Consultant

Blog

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The potential of the Guinean pineapple sector: insights from the field


Author: Daniel Pedersen
Post type: Blog


Guinea used to be one of the world’s top producers of pineapples, accounting for a fourth of global export volumes in the 1960s, before rapidly declining to practically no exports in the 2000s. The crop has great potential because of the strong demand […]

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Eva Schouten

Analyst

Blog

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What gets measured gets done: Four success factors to effectively incorporate performance measurement


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Blog


As a professional in the field of sustainability, measuring performance is all around you and with the ‘beyond certification’ debate in full swing, reporting on output level is no longer enough. More than ever, performance measurement is considered a driver for change that can serve as a tool to guide decision-making and help organizations achieve their goals in sustainability more efficiently and effectively. As mentioned in our recent blog on the Key Elements of Sustainable Market Transformation, performance measurement should be part of a holistic approach, and should itself be subject to continuous improvement. But how can you effectively integrate this in your organization?

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Eva Schouten

Analyst

Blog

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Five reasons why 2018 will be a great year for sustainability


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Blog


1. Business-case thinking becomes the new normal for sustainability  Through 2017 we saw a growing demand from clients to further integrate sustainability into core business functions, regarding investments in sustainable production and supply chains as de-risking and value-adding. This takes sustainability further out […]

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Jennifer Morton

Analyst

Blog

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Combining Ambition and Realism: 4 steps for business to leverage the SDGs and maximize their impact


Author: Jennifer Morton
Post type: Blog


Companies today are looked to more than ever to drive the sustainability agenda, at a time when such challenges are increasing in complexity and scale. This leaves organizations which seek to lead in sustainability facing the balancing act of having to set ambitious goals while […]

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