Committed to corporate social responsibility (CSR), INDEVCO Group representatives attended a 2-day CSR Reporting Training Course & Workshop at Riviera Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon. With increasing demand worldwide for community-focused organizations, corporate social responsibility reporting offers the necessary frameworks for organizations to inform all stakeholders of CSR initiatives taken, the purpose and status of initiatives, as well as performance of projects.
About the CSR Reporting Training Course & Workshop
The CSR reporting workshop, by CSR Lebanon, offered INDEVCO representatives an in-depth analysis of effective CSR reporting. The workshop provided case studies, group work, and critical thinking and assessment exercises to ensure that attendees fully comprehended and applied concepts.
The session presented research and reports, international standards, good practices (theory and exercise), and discussed how to plan and link CSR reporting to strategy, as well as guidelines and best practices to developing CSR reports. INDEVCO attendees learned about the importance of integrated reporting and telling a sustainability story.
CSR reporting workshop attracted marketing and communications, quality assurance, human resources, as well as other professionals from leading banks, manufacturing companies, financial institutions, and non-profit associations in Lebanon and the Middle East.
INDEVCO Sponsors Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting Workshop
About INDEVCO Group
INDEVCO, an international manufacturing group, produces paper, plastic and corrugated packaging for agricultural, beverage, construction, catering, processed food, dairy, industrial, paramedical and pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical, soap and detergent, tissue and hygiene converting, tissue making and promotional markets.
INDEVCO Group affiliates also manufacture personal care, household and institutional disposables for the retail and away-from-home (AFH) markets. INDEVCO Group employs over 8500 people in Cyprus, Egypt, England, Greece, India, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Ukraine, and the United States.