Research shows that most companies are a long way from being ready for the CSRD / ESRS
- Many large and medium-sized companies in Europe are far from ready for the European directive that obliges them to report on their impact on people and the environment from 2024 or 2025, the so-called Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).
- Has emerged from research that Lefebvre Sarrut, parent company of the Dutch Sdu, has had research agency Angi studio do
- The companies appear to have little knowledge of new EU regulations that are coming their way. The new CSRD guideline is also unknown to many, while it is of great importance for their continuity in the future.
- The biggest pain points for companies are the lack of clarity about setting goals, the lack of knowledge of the new regulations, collecting data for mandatory reporting or setting up reporting methods. Many companies rely on their advisor or accountant or want to follow the best practices of other companies. In general, companies lack an efficient approach.