CITIZING - Socio-economic impact studies

What we are looking for:
We are looking for project owners, in order to assist them in showcasing the socio-economic impact of their innovations. Our socio-economic impact study methodology is scientifically and academically robust, and based on objective indicators.

Socio-economic impact studies are important to:
- Convince of the usefulness of projects or redirect projects if necessary;
- Prioritise project choice and guide decisions;
- Communicate to your stakeholders;
- Obtain funding.

Who are socio-economic impact studies for?
- Elected representatives;
- Public organisations (ministries, public establishments, regional/local authorities);
-Banks and responsible investors;
-Private companies engaged in a corporate social responsibility (CSR) process;
-Strategic marketing departments, looking to showcase their innovations

What we offer:
Measure of projects’ creation of collective value in order to determine their usefulness. Quantification of projects’ social, environmental, economic and financial costs and benefits, for all stakeholders.
CITIZING’s know-how in measuring and monetizing impacts stems from a highly innovative process, combining academic and operational skills.
We have worked for: the French Ministry of Justice, the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), the Commissariat Général à l’Investissement , the Caisse des Dépôts et des Consignations, Eurovia (VINCI)


Responsible

Ms Alice Mével
Analyst

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