The R3 initiative provides tangible solutions for French SMEs and medium-sized enterprises that want to integrate social and environmental responsibility (CSR) at the heart of their strategy.
The carbon challenge for MSP-ETI: a lag that needs to be made up
Responsible for 30% of the national carbon footprint, French SMEs are at a critical crossroads, and 80% of them have not yet initiated a CSR approach.
This difference can be explained by several factors. CSR is often perceived as complex and inaccessible, especially for VSEs/SMEs that lack financial and human resources. Furthermore, the short-term and long-term benefits of such an approach are not always obvious to managers.
But the benefits are multiple: saving energy, reducing environmental impact, improving brand image, developing an offer with a positive impact and complying with standards and reporting obligations such as CSRD. Do you want to venture into the world of CSR? R3 positions itself as a facilitator of this transition with solutions tailored to each company.
R3, CSR transition accelerator
Founded in 2021 by Frédéric Rodriguez, R3 has quickly established itself as an expert in supporting companies towards CSR, decarbonisation and improving energy efficiency. With a team of around one hundred dedicated and experienced experts, consultants and engineers, R3 offers personalized strategies to facilitate the implementation of sustainable practices within companies.
His approach consists of integrating the issues of decarbonization and energy efficiency with the commercial strategies of companies to streamline the process of business transformation. The latter therefore limit the mobilization of their resources, time spent, committed budgets and minimize their impact on the environment by maximizing their economic profit.
In addition, thanks to advanced digital tools, financing solutions and unified and customized plans, R3 makes the approach to the energy transition easier and more efficient for all companies. The brand’s track record to date is impressive and there are already more than 600 companies supported in their transition.
To find out more: www.r3.fr
Sustainable transition: above all a state of mind
The transformation towards sustainable business is first of all a change of mentality. This means adopting a holistic view of sustainability, which takes into account the social, environmental and economic impact of business. Companies must have a long-term view and be ready for innovation and change.
Sustainability is not just a series of actions, it is a culture that requires the active cooperation of all involved stakeholders. It requires a desire for change and innovation. Businesses must be willing to rethink their existing practices and adopt new, more sustainable approaches. This may include investing in clean technologies, rethinking business models or overhauling supply chains. To establish this state of awareness, R3 offers awareness-raising and training workshops, bringing together actors from different backgrounds to join forces in favor of ecological transition.
R3 firmly believes that change includes the restoration of cultural references. Art can play a key role in this process, challenging perceptions and inspiring new ways of thinking. R3’s founder, Frédéric Rodriguez, aware of this power, created “Climate”, a sustainable art collection that gathers the works of dedicated artists since 2012, thus offering a source of inspiration for all those who visit the R3 website. R3.
As a catalyst for change in CSR for SMEs and ETI, R3 is also an innovator in terms of sustainable corporate culture. Through a holistic approach that encompasses technology, funding, education and the arts, R3 provides the tools necessary for deep and lasting transformation. The art of “Climate” completes this picture by stimulating imagination and inciting action, thus illustrating the power of artistic creation to raise awareness and inspire change. With R3, the sustainable transition becomes less of a constraint and more of an opportunity for innovation and ethical growth, inviting every company to become an actor in a future where environmental and social responsibility is no longer an option, but a central pillar of their identity and their success.