Executive Director, Emerging Industries
We partner with public, private and nonprofit leaders to architect and deliver strategy, technology and transformation solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental, social and public health challenges.
Our world is rapidly shifting. Challenges such as climate change, social justice, health equity, supply chain resilience, circularity and the energy transition can impact business performance, create existential threats, and present new growth opportunities. These challenges require cross-sector partnership and interdisciplinary solutions that serve customers, employees, investors, governments and our communities. We lead with empathy and more than 25 years of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Social Impact expertise to help our customers manage the risks and capture new value streams created by environmental and social change.
On March 21, 2022, the SEC announced a sweeping new proposal for climate-related disclosures by public companies in the United States. There will be important implications for nearly every publicly listed US company, and Point B has a strong perspective to understand next steps and how this rule will impact your organization.
Trillions of dollars ($USD) will be invested annually in low carbon products and services in the coming decades.¹
Decarbonization is more than a compliance mandate, business imperative or a competitive advantage: it represents one of the great market opportunities of the 21st century. We help design, develop and implement science-based climate action plans that can create new value streams, navigate market and regulatory trends, accelerate positive change and meet stakeholder demands.
The majority of consumers will pay more for sustainable products and services from purpose-driven companies.²
Meeting ambitious planet and people positive commitments requires a focus on financially viable products and services with lower environmental and social impacts. We help to design and validate purpose-driven business models that integrate leading practices in traceability, circular design, supply chain resiliency, and behavior change.
Nearly half of the global population (nearly 4 billion people) remain offline, despite the need for connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic.³
Technology can improve our capacity to act on systemic issues such as poverty, hunger, health, education, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), energy transition, water and land management, responsible consumption and other pressing global challenges. We help you identify and integrate analytics, digital tools and technology innovation that can accelerate positive change.