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Is the new industrial revolution gaining momentum? Sustainability has long been a key focus of the European Union, shaping the future of production and value chains.
Since June 2022, when the "Sustainable Transition to the Agile and Green Enterprise - STAGE" project began, bespoke tools have been developed to assist enterprises in transitioning to a sustainable future.
The Sustainable Transition to the Agile and Green Enterprise (STAGE) project provides a platform for effective collaboration between industry players in sustainability reporting and investment readiness support for industrial enterprises. The STAGE project focuses on transforming companies into agile and green leaders of the European economy. The STAGE consortium consists of more than 40 associated partners (stakeholders) from more than 20 European countries and 14 partners across 11 different European countries including the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development, Innovation Network of Advanced Materials, Factor CO2, SINTEF, HSSMI, Corner Case Technologies, Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, University College Dublin, Sicindustria, Lithuanian Innovation Centre, University of Ljubljana, Slovak University of Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, and GND.
Innovation and Sustainability Assessment (incl. GHG and ESG assessments) in-line with industry-leading standards and regulations (i.e., CSRD, EU Taxonomy, SFDR, GHG Protocol, ISO:14064, ISO:56002, ISO:26000).
Tailor-made industrial learning strategy embracing state-of-the-art tools to address sustainability gaps (i.e., individual support, VR blended approach courses, self-assessments, webinars, MOOCs, and Q&A sessions).
Hands-on practical industrial demonstrations to get used to the advanced technologies and best practices. Use cases transfer from the most technologically advanced sustainable industrial leaders.
Individual support for sustainability transition plans. Allocation of industrial coaches for each enterprise to support identifying the key transition areas and sustainable solutions.
Wide European network of sustainability advisors for the development of strategic and realistic roadmaps with the assistance of dedicated industry experts, coaches, and advisors' support for the implementation.
High-quality curriculum addressing sustainability gaps and hands-on practical experience with accredited certification (University accepted credits) for continuing learning and industrial education.
Dedicated financial advisory and support answering even the most difficult questions and covering a range of financial instruments to provide bespoke financial solutions tailored to each industrial enterprise.