19th edition
Tuesday 27 November 2018, Head Office KBC Group, Brussels

Ceremony

The Institute of Registered Auditors (IBR-IRE) organizes on Tuesday 27 November 2018 the Awards for Best Belgian Sustainability Reports in KBC Headquarter, Havenlaan/avenue du Port 2, 1080 Brussels.

Programme

The Awards will be given on Tuesday 27 November 2018 from 3.00pm to 6.45pm (welcome as of 2.30pm and closing reception until 8.30pm). Speakers will speak in French, Dutch or English (no translation).

14.30-15.00 > Welcome of the participants
15.00-16.30 >

Workshops

> Non Financial Information reporting, lessons learned from the new regulation

> Making the business case for sustainability reports

> Reporting on sustainability and SDGs: communication on impact and the impact of communication. Challenges and opportunities for family owned businesses and (government) organisations

16.30-17.00 > Break and welcome of the participants to the Awards
1700-17.15 >

Word of welcome by Anne De Baetzelier, Multilingual Presenter and Manager of Demo Productions NV

Presentation of the Jury process and Remarkable Reports by Marc DAELMAN, President of the jury and Stéphanie QUINTART, Responsible Awards

17.15-17.35 > Announcement of the winners “1st reports” and giving of the Awards by Marie-Christine MARGHEM, Minister of Sustainability 
17.35-18.35 > Story telling of nominees (large and other organisations) - Vote by the public & giving of the Awards “best impact reports” by Marie-Christine MARGHEM, Minister of Sustainability
18.35-18.45 > Closing speech by Marie-Christine MARGHEM, Minister of Sustainability
18.45-20.30 > Reception & networking
More info

When
Tuesday 27 November 2018 from 3.00pm to 6.45pm (welcome as of 2.30pm and closing reception until 8.30pm)

Languages
French, Dutch, English (no translation).

Where
KBC Headquarter, Havenlaan/avenue du Port 2, 1080 Brussels. (map)

Participation
Free but registration is mandatory.

Sustainable event
This event is organised in the most sustainable manner possible. Social and environmental impacts are fully taken into consideration as from the conception of the event to its finalization :

  • Mobility – the location chosen is close to many public transportations. In order to reduce CO2 emissions, it is kindly recommended to use the public transportation or any other mean planet friendly.
  • Catering – food proposed is healthy oriented and composed of local products, as much as possible.
  • Material – all material used is as much as possible biodegradable or reusable.
  • Choice of the Location – responds to environmental requirements in terms of insulation and management.
  • Choice of the Speakers – reflects as much diversity as possible.
Public Transportation
  • By bike : www.villo.be - stop "Sainctelette "
  • By metro: metro line 2 or 6 - stop "Yser"
  • By bus: 129, 212, 230 to 233, 240 to 243, 245, 250, 251 and 260
  • By train : Brussels Nord Station

 

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