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In order to assess the performance of different companies, we had to establish a set of Impact criteria against which they can be evaluated.


These criteria include factors such as Products Criteria, Environmental Criteria, Humanistic Criteria and Corporate responsibilities, among others.


Once these criteria have been established, each company can be assigned a score on each criterion.


This score is typically out of 100, with higher scores indicating better performance in that area.


Once all of the criteria have been evaluated and scores assigned, the overall score for each company can be calculated.


This is done by taking the average of all the criteria scores.

The resulting overall score provides a comprehensive measure of the company's performance across all of the Impact criteria.


It's important to note that the weighting of different criteria may vary depending on the specific goals and priorities of the evaluation process.


The goal of the evaluation process is to provide a clear and objective measure of each company's performance, allowing stakeholders to make informed decisions based on the results.

Product Criteria 


Prospectivism is an intellectual approach that consists of studying current developments and trends to anticipate possible futures.


It is a discipline that is part of foresight, a broader approach that aims to understand the issues of the present by placing them in a historical and future perspective, seeking to anticipate future developments, based on current developments and weak signals.


Data Collectors

Real-time data collection is a key component to improving a company's impact. By collecting data in real time, businesses can quickly identify customer trends and behaviors, as well as potential problems.

This allows companies to react quickly to changes in the marketplace and make informed decisions to improve their products or services in real time. By using this information, companies can also improve their customer service by providing faster and more efficient solutions.


Real-time data collection is a powerful tool to help companies make smarter decisions and improve their impact in the marketplace.


User Development Potential


A company's User Development Potential (UDP) is a measure of a company's ability to increase the number of customers and users in the future.

Cleaning Tech

By using technologies such as soil remediation, water disinfection, e-waste management, greenhouse gas emission reduction and air decontamination, companies can help eliminate the harmful effects of pollution on the environment and human health.


The use of these technologies can also provide economic benefits. Cleaning up polluted areas can help restore the land and make it usable again for agriculture, construction or other economic activities.


Energy savings

Energy use often represents a significant portion of a company's operating costs. Reducing energy consumption can result in significant long-term savings for a company. This can be achieved through various strategies such as optimizing existing equipment, using renewable energy sources, implementing environmentally responsible practices and educating employees on the importance of saving energy.

By reducing their energy consumption, companies can also contribute to the fight against climate change by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, while improving their brand image.

Life simplification


These are the technologies that can save time by automating tasks, providing information quickly and facilitating communication.


This can improve productivity, free up time for more important activities, and improve quality of life by reducing the stress of managing complex and time-consuming tasks.

These technologies can save money by reducing the costs associated with managing certain tasks.


For example, the use of smart technologies for energy management can reduce electricity consumption and associated costs.


This involves challenging existing models and finding new and innovative solutions to meet customer and market needs.


This can help a company adapt to rapid market changes and seize opportunities before competitors do.


Disruptive innovation can also create new industries or disrupt existing ones by introducing new business models, removing barriers to entry, or creating new markets.

Ease of access and use

Easy-to-use / Easy-to-access products can help reduce customer frustration, which can improve customer satisfaction and strengthen brand loyalty.



The objective is to extend the life of products by allowing them to be repaired rather than replaced.

Done Eco-friendly or recycled materials, local focus

By focusing on local materials, a company can help reduce the carbon footprint by reducing the distance products travel.


This can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support local economies by encouraging local production as well as reducing energy consumption.


The use of eco-friendly or recycled materials can help a company reduce waste.



The long term use of a product is beneficial for the company, the consumer and our society as a whole.


This is a guarantee of quality for the company which will bring many consumers.


The consumer will know that by buying this product he will be able to keep it for a long period of time and thus amortize its cost in time.


In the end, this will result in reducing energy costs and potential waste by producing fewer products.



Environmental Criteria 

Greenhouse gas emissions

Businesses can be a significant source of GHG emissions, particularly in sectors such as industry, transportation and agriculture.


Companies can reduce GHG emissions by implementing appropriate environmental management practices, such as using renewable energy, improving energy efficiency, managing waste, and adopting sustainable agricultural practices.


Waste Management

Waste management within a company refers to all practices put in place for the collection, sorting, treatment, recycling and disposal of waste generated by the company.


Responsible use of natural resources

The use of natural resources refers to the use of all raw materials provided by nature, such as water, air, soil, minerals, fossil fuels, forests, agricultural land and oceans. Natural resources are essential for human survival, but their use can have significant environmental and social impacts.


Responsible use involves using resources sustainably, ensuring that they are not depleted or polluted, and that their use does not harm natural ecosystems or the quality of life of local people.

Responsible use involves using resources sustainably, ensuring that they are not depleted or polluted, and that their use does not harm natural ecosystems or the quality of life of local people.

Biodiversity protection

Biodiversity protection refers to efforts to preserve the variety and complexity of life forms on Earth, and the ecosystems in which they exist.


Biodiversity is essential to human survival and well-being, providing ecosystem services such as climate regulation, water purification, crop pollination, oxygen production, and the provision of food and medicine.


Biodiversity protection can take many forms, including the creation of nature reserves, the implementation of conservation laws and policies, the restoration of natural habitats, the sustainable management of natural resources, the reduction of pollution and environmental degradation, and public awareness and education on biodiversity issues.



Humanistic Criteria 

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion within a company refers to the accommodation of individual differences among employees and the creation of an inclusive work environment that values the diversity of perspectives, ideas, cultures and experiences of all people.


Human Rights

Human rights are fundamental rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of nationality, gender, ethnicity, religion or social status.

Gender equality

Gender equality is a fundamental principle that states that all individuals, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, have the same rights and opportunities in all areas of life, including education, employment, health and political participation.

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational health and safety refers to measures taken to protect the health, safety and well-being of employees within an organization.


This includes the establishment of policies and procedures to identify, assess and minimize risks to the health and safety of workers.


Fair Employee Compensation

Fair employee compensation is the salary or monetary compensation that an employer provides to employees in exchange for their work, and that is perceived to be fair and reasonable.




Corporate Responsabilities 

Corporate governance

Corporate governance refers to the processes, policies and systems of direction and control that govern the way a company is managed and run.

It is about how decisions are made, responsibilities are assigned and performance is measured and evaluated.


Corporate governance aims to ensure that the interests of the company's stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers and society as a whole, are considered in a fair and transparent manner.


Ethical Business Practices

Ethical business practices are actions taken by a company that uphold moral standards and ethical values in all business activities. They are based on integrity, transparency, accountability and sustainability to achieve fair, ethical and sustainable business results.


Transparency of information

Transparency of information is an indicator of how well a company communicates its activities and results.

Community involvement

Community involvement is an indicator of how a company engages in projects and activities to help improve the lives of local communities.


Community involvement can have a positive impact on the environment and society.


Business ethics

Companies that take an ethical approach to business seek to avoid inappropriate behavior such as fraud, corruption, discrimination, exploitation of workers or environmental destruction.

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