01.09.2019

17 October: 6TH IMPACT FORUM SALZBURG - ESG REGULATION - IMPACT OF THE EU ACTION PLAN

The Impact Forum Europe is coming to Salzburg for the sixth time with the topic ESG Regulation - Impact of the EU Action Plan.

In einer halbtägigen Expertenkonferenz kommen Spezialisten und Strategen aus verschiedenen Branchen und Bereichen zusammen, um das Thema Sustainability interdisziplinär und praxisnah voranzubringen. Angeführt von Speakernote-Intros erarbeiteten Experten aus Unternehmen, Institutionen und Organisationen in konzentrierten Arbeitsgruppen praxisrelevante Schritte zu mehr Nachhaltigkeit in ihren jeweiligen Wirtschaftszweigen bzw. Tätigkeitsfeldern.

Persönlicher Austausch mit Experten, Vernetzungsmöglichkeiten und ein anregendes Rahmenprogramm mit Buffet laden zum Verweilen bis in die Abendstunden ein.

Die Teilnehmerzahl ist in diesem Jahr erstmalig auf nur noch 70 Personen beschränkt.

Donnerstag, 17. Oktober 2019, 13:30 – 17:20 Uhr 

UhrUnipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Str. 1, A-5020 Salzburg

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Silja Parke

Sekretariat Finanzmanagement & Finanzdienstleistungen

Universität Salzburg - FB Sozial- & Wirtschaftswissenschaften

Residenzplatz 9 / Raum 1.08

Tel: +43 (0)662-8044-3744

E-mail to Silja Parke

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