6 - 14 july 2019

Business fit for our grandchildren! [EN]


13th July, 14:30 -17:30


25 places
Compulsory registration!


PSTP Gdynia, building IV
spot on the map no. 24

Tools for transforming "business as usual" into "business for good"

Business along with other sectors of society are waking up to a new reality. If they're not part of creating solutions for sustainable development — they are the problem. Businesses are taking on the challenge of transforming their ventures from conventional "business as usual" to "business for good" while still making money. They're discovering that paying attention to social and environmental impact alongside financial longevity is key to building reputation, reaching out to new audiences and helping to secure the business for future generations. In this workshop you'll learn more about how helping stop climate change, inequality and other imminent social and environmental topics can lead to new business opportunities. You'll learn how to start a life cycle analysis, identify and defuse risks and use sustainable development as a force for innovation and doing good with your business.

*Workshop in English

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  • Evelina Lundqvist is a social business consultant and an award winning social entrepreneur. She runs her creativity and sustainability agency, The Good Tribe out of Sweden and Austria. Evelina’s mission is to create change at the intersection of sustainable development and creativity in the private and public sectors, and civil society. She works together with clients such as IKEA and Caritas and the municipalities of Östersund, Stockholm, Botkyrka and Graz. She is currently taking a stronger interest in human rights and democracy, her latest venture is Antirumours Sweden. Evelina holds a MBA in Business Ethics and CSR from Danube Business School in Krems, Austria.

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