Overview of our stakeholders

Engagement with our stakeholders is essential to advancing everything Ksapa does!

We combine advisory solutions, innovative finance solutions and advocacy into one integrated approach accelerating SDGs. We are a Purpose Driven organization. We operate with entrepreneurship spirit in mind. We take risks developing innovative products and approaches. We want our expertises and programs to complement and scale up what’s already developed building on digital revolution and innovative finance. We will be successful only through close engagement and collaboration with stakeholders sharing our vision and mission, and willing to accelerate collective progress towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

We have an extensive global network of 150+ experts based accross strategic locations in Europe, Africa, Pacific Asia, North and South America: sustainability, development & labour, digital technologies, legal, accounting & audit, impact measurement, training. We also rely on global and local strategic partnerships with leading institutions.

Finally, Ksapa is a strategic global platform of reference advancing human rights, climate and circular economy issues across business and investment decisions. To this end, the actors involved in our initiatives are always more diverse and we are grateful to have been able to count on their participation:

  • Notably on the following companies and investors (non-exhaustive): Agence Francaise de Développement, African Development Bank, Airbus, Allianz, Alstom, Amazon, Asian Development Bank, Axa, BlackRock, Blue Like an Orange Sustainable Capital, BNP Paribas, Bolloré, Bosch, Bureau Véritas, BP, BPI France, Bridgestone, Canon, Carlsberg, Chevron, Cisco, Coca-Cola, Credit Agricole Group, Danone, De Beers, DHL, DSM, European Investment Bank, Ermawa, Essilor, Firmenich, Four Seasons Hotels, Foncia, Givaudan, Google, H&M, Hewlett-Packard, Innocent Drinks, Inter-American Development Bank, Johnson & Johnson, KKR, L’Oréal, Marriott, Mars, Mercedes, Meridiam, Michelin, Microsoft, Mondelēz, Moody’s, Morgan Stanley, Nike, Nokia, Novo-Nordisk, OECD, Perial AM, Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs, Pirelli, Proparco, PVH, RATP Group, Reckitt Benckiser, Rexel, Richemont, Roche, Sanofi, SAP, Schneider Electric, Sephora, Shell, Société Générale, Solvay, Stellantis, Suez, Swen Capital Partners, Thales, The Walt Disney Company, TotalEnergies, Unilever, UPS, VF Corporation, Vinci, Volkswagen Group, Volvo, Walmart, World Bank.
  • In particular, the following institutions, media organizations, rating agencies, NGOs and universities (non-exhaustive) : Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, CDP, Chapter Zero, The Consumer Goods Forum, Council on Business & Society, Corporate Excellence, EcoVadis, ESG Factor Magazine, ERM, ESSEC Business School, Europe 1, Forest Carbon, France 24, Gartner, Global Compact, Globescan, United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights, HEC Business School, Human Rights Watch, IIRC, INSEAD Business School, Imperial College of London, Le Figaro, Les Echos, Medef International, McKinsey & Company, Moody’s VE, MSCI, Novethic, OECD, Oxford Policy Management, Oxford University Press, Paris Good Fashion, UNEP, UNPRI, IFC, World Society for Animal Welfare, Standard & Poor’s, Sustainalytics, TechRound, The Danish Industry Forum, The Economist, The Huffington Post, Unravel, WBCSD, World Environment Center, World Resource Institute, The World Wildlife Fund.