Manifest your green
impact engagement with
The Green Impact
What is the Green Impact Assessment?
The Green Impact Assessment (GIA)
assesses and broadcasts a solution’s sustainable and impact performance to the external audience
provides guidance and insight to companies, identifying and addressing new opportunities to improve your solution in the sustainability sphere
Who is the Assessment for?
The Green Impact Assessment allows Start-ups and SMEs who are seeking to evaluate the green impact of their solution, receive certification and valuable feedback based on their green score.
Learn more about our framework of assessment here.
Why take the Assessment ?
Stand out from the crowd
Increase your investment opportunities through marketing your green engagement
Strengthen your market penetration by attracting conscious customers
Boost your visibility and brand recognition through a credible 3rd party assessment
A member of our team will contact you within one week to guide you through the application process. Please follow the guidelines and be as thorough as possible.
Please carefully read our requirements and assessment categories:
- Your business must be fully operational for at least four months
- Have a functioning website
- Provide a service/product/technology that positively affects climate and sustainability
Sustainary will personally and thoroughly review your application and 1 – 2 weeks later, based on your performance, your solution will receive a Green Score and Green Impact Seal to validate your product/service which is valid for 1 year. You then have the possibility of a 1-on-1 followup consultation with guidance on how to improve, along with other additional benefits.
Additionally, you will benefit from becoming a member of the Sustainary community, opening the door to membership services on our community platform.
If your assessment fails to score a minimum G+, we’ll let you know what steps to take to resubmit the assessment.
Please note: Membership fees are not refundable as a result of a failed assessment; you can try again once you improve your sustainable practices.