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The annual Sustainability Reporting Awards Finland is now open for entries

Success in the competition is a hallmark of reporting quality.
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The annual Sustainability Reporting Awards Finland is now open for entries! The School of Business and Aalto Sustainability encourage organisations of all sizes to participate in the 2021 competition. Participation offers organisations the opportunity to promote their responsibility work and evaluate their current level of reporting. The aim of the awards is to develop corporate responsibility work and reporting in Finland.
 
The not-for-profit organisations running the competition are top experts in the field of sustainability reporting and auditing. Sitra acts as the competition partner and Jyrki Katainen is the chairman of the jury.
 
In addition to the Overall Winner, the competition will award the best reporters in the following series: Climate Change, Biodiversity and Human Rights. In addition, a Rising Star Award will be presented to recognize an SME that has succeeded in developing its reporting.
 
👉 The competition is free of charge and open to all
🔍 The reports are validated by an independent audit team
🏆 All participants receive valuable feedback. Success in the competition is a hallmark of reporting quality.
✏ Enter the competition by filling out the form by May 31st.

Competition information 

Further information: 
Jani Alenius
Chairman of the organizers of the Competition
[email protected]
tel. 050 598 2750 

Piia Vaittinen
Coordinator of the Competition
[email protected]
tel. 045 343 1117 

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