Integrating SDGs into the core business
01 October 2020 - 01 October 2020
Using SDGs strategically and communicating effectively
Contact number: +41 044 260 6022
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the inception of the SDGs, business has grappled with how best to address these goals in their sustainability strategies. This training will look at trends, best practices, standards and stakeholder expectations and highlight the efforts of companies and investors to integrate SDGs into their strategic thinking. How are SDG metrics becoming increasingly important for stakeholders? What trends can we expect? Do companies give stakeholders the information they need about SDGs? And how should companies communicate their efforts to fully understand their impact and provide an accurate and comparable account of their efforts?
Date: Thursday, 01. October 2020, 9am – 5.30 pm
Location: Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich, 1st floor (5‘ from Hardbrücke)
Cost: CHF 790 (including training documents, catering and lunch), CHF 700 for BSD clients and GCNS members
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The training is provided in collaboration with the UN Global Compact Network Switzerland https://www.globalcompact.ch/.
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