At 2degrees, we believe that business is key to solving the greatest challenge of our time: how 9 billion people can live well and sustainably on a single planet with finite resources.
This is also the biggest challenge facing business - how companies can survive and thrive in a time of turbulent change. They can only do this by adopting the principles of sustainable business, embracing greater economic efficiency, driving innovation and managing environmental and social risks.
We believe that most of the knowledge and capability needed to address the challenge already exists somewhere and that we can help unlock this opportunity. That’s why we’ve developed a unique and innovative approach using our online collaboration platform and specialist facilitation processes to connect the people, knowledge and organisations to solve this challenge. We call this fully-linked collaboration.
We work with some of the world’s largest companies and their supply chains to deliver programmes that have the power to transform their business sectors. Our clients include Asda-Walmart, the European Commission, GSK, the Irish Food Board, Kingfisher, RBS, Sky and Unilever.
We believe that we are onto something really exciting. We are looking for like-minded people to join us on our journey to making sustainable business happen. 2degrees DNA is a set of values and behaviours that unites our team.
- Collaboration- Working with our colleagues and clients to make sure our sum is greater than our parts. Collaboration is a way of doing business, a way of unlocking value and a mind-set.
- Passionate - What we’re doing isn’t easy. We passionately believe it’s the right thing to do which is why we are so determined, focused and proud to do the work we do.
- Trusted and trusting- Everything we do relies on building trusting relationships. We strive to provide a safe, non-competitive environment where our clients and their supply chains can collaborate. Our role is to earn this trust.
- Making it happen – We have a can-do attitude and like getting things done. How else are we going to make sustainable business happen?