We are a centre of excellence for innovative, future-oriented business solutions, for the private and public sector.
As facilitators of collaboration and stakeholder engagement, we develop solutions for today’s global challenges through partnership development, co-creation, knowledge-building and strategic advice.
Founder & Managing Director
As an environmental economist and expert in stakeholder management, sustainable development has been a key issue for Dr. Barbara Dubach for more than twenty years.
In 1997, Barbara Dubach started working for Holcim and worked during 13 years in different functions in Switzerland and abroad. The first two years, she worked in the marketing and communication area of Geocycle, a waste pre-treatment facility of the Group in Belgium. Another assignment has taken her as environment communication manager to Holcim Spain. During the time of the World Summit for Sustainable Development in 2002 Barbara Dubach has been on secondment from Holcim to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) as Advocacy and Communications Director. Between 2003 and 2010, Barbara Dubach was Senior Vice President at Holcim and led the Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Coordination Team of the Holcim Group.
End of 2010, Barbara Dubach founded engageability.
Partner and Programm Manager
Stefanie is a Corporate Sustainability and International Development professional with a long track record of managing sustainability and human rights-related risks
Stefanie led the development and implementation of global strategies, award-winning projects and management approaches. She has significant hands-on knowledge and experience in the management of large-scale initiatives, leading diverse and geographically dispersed teams and integrating different functions within a company. She further is a certified Mediator, aiming at linking the private sector with society.
With an MBA in Sustainability and experience in corporate portfolio management, Eva is is passionate about value and impact assessment.
Currently studying for her master’s degree in Management & Economics and Behavioral Economics, Norina is particularly interested in consumption and production.