Our Team

sustainabill was founded to establish climate and human rights protection in global supply chains.


We are thought leaders when it comes to sustainability in supply chains. The company idea and our expertise originate from the research of the Wuppertal Institute, one of the world’s leading think tanks for applied sustainability research. Until the founding of sustainabill, Klaus Wiesen conducted research there and provided science-based consulting to companies.


Today, we are a growing team that combines leading technology and sustainability expertise. We are united by a strong belief that the transformation to a sustainable business world cannot succeed without sustainably designed supply chains. We want to be part of the solution to enable a sustainable business world and to master one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century!


Klaus Wiesen
Co-Head Sustainable Supply Chain

Klaus takes care of business development, stakeholder communication, and client projects. Before co-founding sustainabill, he was a team leader at the Wuppertal Institute, a leading sustainability think tank.

Christoph Wiesen
Co-Head Sustainable Supply Chain

Christoph is responsible for the continuous development of the platform as well as for the maintenance of our IT infrastructure. He looks back on eight years of experience as an IT consultant in business intelligence and has a master's degree in computer science.

Sustainability runs in our DNA

Our roots

lie in research projects of the renowned think tank of the Wuppertal Institute. The platform is made and hosted in Germany. We value the highest data protection standards and full control over our own data for all users.

Our conviction

is that the transformation to a sustainable economy cannot succeed without sustainably designed supply chains. And this requires digital solutions with a high degree of automation.

Our mission

is to make sustainability in supply chains pragmatically implementable and scalable. The sustainabill cloud platform covers all relevant sustainability requirements.