Simply Sustainable

In the media

In the film below, CEO Nicola Stopps outlines her aspirations for COP26 and the steps that businesses can take to decarbonise.

Simply Sustainable CEO interviewed by the University of Exeter

In July  2020, CEO Nicola Stopps was delighted to interviewed by the University of Exeter.  She talks about how companies can think more sustainably, how consumers can use their power, and what the pandemic could mean for the future of corporate sustainability.

Simply Sustainable sign Net Zero letter to UK Prime Minister

At the end of May 2019, CEO Nicola Stopps was delighted to join 127 other business leaders and investors in signing an open letter to the Prime Minister, Theresa May, urging the UK to accept the recommendations of the Committee on Climate Change and enact a net zero target for 2050 in law.

Bringing sustainability into the heart of your business

What does sustainability mean for modern businesses?

CEO, Nicola Stopps, talks to Natwest about the practical steps to integrate sustainability into the heart of modern companies and the commercial benefits.

Simply Sustainable is a finalist for ‘Consultancy of the Year’!

We are thrilled to be shortlisted for the edie Sustainability Leaders Awards 2019!

The 2019 awards recognise sustainability excellence, with this year’s shortlist compromising of the elite initiatives, people, projects and products that are redefining what it means to be a responsible business.

Simply Sustainable are a finalist in the categories of ‘Consultancy of the Year’, and the winners will be announced during the ceremony on Wednesday 6th February 2019.

We are delighted to be shortlisted again, having won the award back in 2017.

Sustainability Strategies for SMEs

What can SMEs do to address sustainability and take positive – and profitable – green actions?

Director, Alasdair Marks, contributes to the latest article of Natwest’s business customer website.

FS Focus June 2018: ethics in banking

How is ethics perceived by financial service firms? Are financial service firms providing enough ethical products? How has the CSR debate and reporting changed?

Director, Alasdair Marks, shares some insights on ethics in banking, in June’s issue of FS Focus magazine.

Simply Sustainable specialist sponsors at The Crowd’s forthcoming X Comms event in London on 25 April

As specialist sponsors of The Crowd’s X Comms event in London on Wednesday 25 April, Simply Sustainable will join around 120 senior communications’ specialists from over 100 international organisations to hear the very latest in innovative and radical thinking, methods, digital tools, platforms and technologies for corporate communications and sustainability reporting.

As part of the event, Simply Sustainable Director, Alasdair Marks, will host one of the round tables exploring how companies can measure the true Return on Investment (ROI) of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability (CRS).

Simply Sustainable scoops SME Consultancy of the Year award at edie Sustainability Awards 2017

Simply Sustainable has been named the winner of the SME Consultancy of the Year Award at the edie Sustainability Leaders Awards 2017, proving its credentials as a foremost specialist sustainability consultancy.

Simply Sustainable achieved this award through the practical business-focused sustainability and CSR advice they provide to some of the world’s best-known brands. They take a practical and business-focused approach to help organisations build sustainability into their operations to achieve lasting improvements in their sustainability performance to help maximise long-term growth.

Simply Sustainable signs up to CMAP’s Consulting Edition to ensure greater business efficiency

As part of the company’s ongoing and long-term commitment to identify where and how it can improve efficiencies in its CSR sustainability project delivery, Simply Sustainable is pleased to announce that it is now using cloud-based PSA solution CMAP Software for the management of the full cycle of all its consultancy projects.

From winning the project to delivering activities on-time and on-budget, through to billing and completion, CMAP’s Consulting Edition seamlessly connects CRM, job costing, resourcing, timesheets, project accounting, and project reporting.

Simply Sustainable finalist for ‘Consultancy of the Year’!

Simply Sustainable is a finalist for two Edie Sustainability Awards. The 2017 Sustainability Leaders Awards recognise real sustainability excellence, from incredible people to initiatives within the green economy.

Simply Sustainable is a finalist in the categories of Consultancy of the Year and Employee Engagement & Behaviour Change in collaboration with Costa Express. The winners will be announced during the ceremony on 25 January 2017.

The role of business in society: Has the paradigm really shifted?

Having worked in the responsible business and sustainability field for almost 20 years, I have been constantly informed by influencers that the ‘paradigm is about to shift’, ‘the tipping point’ has arrived and all businesses are ready to integrate corporate social responsibility (CSR) throughout the value chain – without it ever really coming close.

Read the latest by Simply Sustainable CEO Nicola Stopps in the Telegraph Business Reporter magazine.

Simply Sustainable Founder in Daily Mail

“I am delighted to be featured in the Daily Mail Money section, CEO Secrets. It is super to see sustainability getting national press coverage”. Nicola Stopps, CEO of Simply Sustainable.

Costa Express Awarded ISO14001

Costa Express Awarded ISO14001 International Standard for Sustainability.

“We are delighted to have been working with Costa Express to support them in the implementation of the international environmental standard ISO14001″, Nicola Stopps, CEO of Simply Sustainable. ” It’s great to see press coverage across the UK media”.

Entrepreneur Europe

6 Female Founders on Raising Capital with a Triple Bottom Line.

CEO, Nicola Stopps, share her insights on how to start a social business

University of Exeter interviews our CEO

CEO of Simply Sustainable and Geography alumna, Nicola Stopps, talks to the University of Exeter about how companies can think more sustainably, how consumers can use their power, and what the pandemic could mean for the future of corporate sustainability and social responsibility.