Using risk management to redress the balance between people, planet and profit.

We merge practical learning and collaborative action to help risk, audit and sustainability professionals support their business in the transition to an inclusive regenerative economy, whilst creating long-term business value.

Our Collaborators:

What's the public opinion?

A study commissioned by B Lab UK and ReGenerate found ‘72% believe that business should have a legal responsibility to the planet and people, alongside maximising profits’. 

What we do

We bring together industry professionals, academics and impact entrepreneurs to give you the tools needed to help your business achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

What we do

We integrate learning, collaboration and action to help you create long-term business value and amplify your individual impact.

Impact Amplified creates the conditions to improve how you embed sustainability into risk and audit practices.

What do we mean by sustainability?

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2030 is Fast approaching – Let’s get to work!

How can you get involved

Join the Impact Risk Collective (IRC)

A forum for exchanging ideas, sharing good practice and developing approaches for the pivotal role risk management has to play in safeguarding people and planet.

The collective is free to join, the depth and frequency of your contribution is up to you.

How can you get involved

Attend a workshop

Join an Impact Amplified workshop, where we bring theory to life by using an Impact Startup as a live case study. 

Our workshops are action-led and cover a range of topics with one theme – redressing the balance between people, planet and profit.

Get in touch!

What can we help you with today?
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What would do you wish to discuss?

Book a Workshop!

Join the impact risk collective
01. Where are you, as an individual, in the journey to incorporate people and planet considerations into your line of work?
02. Do you feel you currently have the right knowledge and tools to incorporate these considerations?
03. What is your biggest challenge to getting your company to more actively address its impact on people and planet?

What do we mean by sustainability?

We need to achieve a sustainable balance of meeting the needs of both people and planet and not focusing on one to the detriment of the other – harmonising people, planet and prosperity.

When considering business sustainability we look at how the firm (positively or negatively) impacts our Earth system and society (inside-out), and how our Earth system and society may (positively or negatively) impact a firm’s ability to achieve its objectives (outside-in).