Ciklopea – sponsor of the Fifth National Conference on CSR

Ciklopea 9 years ago 3 min read
Ciklopea - sponsor of the Fifth National Conference on CSR | Ciklopea

The Fifth National Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility will be held next Tuesday, March 25, at the Esplanade Hotel in Zagreb, under the auspices of the President of Croatia, Ivo Josipović.

The Conference will be held throughout the day and the program will include, among other things, the CSR Index award ceremony, a round table on the role of CSR in human resources strategy, and a lecture about the transition to G4 reporting guidelines.

The Global Compact Network in Croatia and the Croatian Employers’ Association participate in the organization together, and the company Ciklopea is a proud sponsor and participant in the conference this year.

Marina Orešković, Chief Operations Officer, and Petra Benčić, Resources Manager, from Ciklopea will participate in the conference. We are looking forward to meeting other colleagues who are interested in the issue of corporate social responsibility, and we invite you to feel free to contact us during the conference.

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