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Graduation project: CSRD research

Job description

Are you interested in sustainability and want to contribute to the transition to a sustainable European economy? The recently introduced Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) plays an important role in this. Do you find this an intriguing topic and want to help us accelerate this transition? Then we are looking for you! Read on or apply directly for this thesis project.

About Shypple

Shypple makes shipping simple. With our easy-to-use platform and expert services, we are simplifying the complex world of logistics and providing our customers with a seamless shipping experience. Our platform acts as a centralized dashboard, offering real-time visibility on every aspect of the supply chain and includes a wide range of features such as booking, planning, delivery, and communication possibilities. As a digital service provider, we are revolutionizing the logistics industry by bringing ease, accountability, and efficiency to the supply chain while lowering hassle, communication, and costs. We believe that the perfect solution to disrupting a traditional industry is a smartly developed system combined with a high-quality customer experience.

Your role

The CSRD requires companies within the EU to disclose their impact on people, the environment, and society, the risks and opportunities this brings to the business, and how these risks are managed. All this must be summarized in a report that provides clear information. Your task is to handle this for Shypple together with our CFO.

What you will do

  • Conduct research on the CSRD directive and its relevance to Shypple;

  • Perform the Double Materiality Analysis by mapping the impacts and the risks & opportunities;

  • Identify the sustainability topics applicable to Shypple and its stakeholders according to the CSRD directive;

  • Document the process and outcomes of the Double Materiality Analysis in line with the CSRD directive.

Job requirements

We ask for

  • You are a fourth-year student at a university of applied sciences (HBO) or a university (WO);

  • You can conduct this research sometime between July and October 2024, with a total commitment of approximately 200-300 hours;

  • Good in both Dutch and English;

  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.

What you get

  • A challenging and educational assignment with a lot of responsibility;

  • A nice compensation;

  • A fun and informal work environment with daily breakfast and great coffee.


Apply by clicking the "apply for this job" button. We will let you know within a week whether you are invited for an interview. If we are a match, we would love to offer you the thesis!

Do you have any questions about the vacancy? Email Naomi, Recruiter, via

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