Sustainability for SMEs’ organisational optimisation
At the end of March ABIS with other 4 other European organizations submitted a EU funding proposal for Sustainability for SMEs’ organisational optimisation, which aims to increase SMEs abilities in demonstrating their commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices.
- RRIF - plus d.o.o., (Croatia)
- ABIS - THE ACADEMY OF BUSINESS IN SOCIETY (Belgium)
- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CYPRUS (Cyprus)
- SK SUSTAINABILITY KNOWLEDGE GROUP LTD (Cyprus)
- MB "Homo Eminens" Lithuania (Lithuania)
By SustainSME project the organizations will be offered tailored training solutions and specialised support via e-learning platforms to integrate sustainability into all level of their organizations. This is directly connected with policies as EU 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Paris Agreement, Conflict Materials Directive, Directive of NFR and GDPR are some of the new EU sustainability standards for business sustainability and it will have a huge impact on all organisations and the European community as well.
The partners aim at offering a proper combination of theoretical and practical approaches and extending
the national 'vision' to the European 'vision' in line with the EU 2030 Agenda for Sustainable
Development. A transnational partnership among a university, VET providers, experts in ESG
reporting and SMEs consultants, it is a strong team that can lead EU SMEs toward better and more
responsible and sustainable business.