6 hours of live, 10 cameras, 2 studios, remote speakers... For the first time, on 15 September 2020, the unmissable CSR event was entirely broadcasted . To share knowledge and best practices on various subjects such as the social and solidarity economy, infobesity, management of new generations.
Relive this exclusive edition:
Emmanuel Soulias, CEO of Pur Projet opened the event. PUR Projet helps companies to restore the ecosystems on which they depend (through agroforestry among others) while enabling local communities to improve their living condiction through long-term projects.
La table ronde "Le rôle de l'économie sociale et solidaire face aux grands défis sociétaux" avec Emmanuel Soulias (Pur Projet), Marie-Geneviève Loys Carreiras (BNP Paribas Asset Management), Benjamin Cavalli (Programme Malin), Benoît Bonello (Suez France) et Nancy Thomas (IMS Luxembourg)
At the crossroads of public policies, common goods and, societal issues, social entrepreneurship demonstrates through numerous examples in Europe and around the world its capacity to take up the challenge of sustainable development.
Discover how your company can be active and come and rethink your business model!
What cognitive footprint induce our ever more instantaneous ways of working? The round table “Knowledge Management: people are the information heart” discusses digital well-being, positive collaboration, and efficient flow of professional information. With Caroline Sauvajol-Rialland (So Comment), Gaëtan de Lavilléon (Cog'X), Olivier Charbonnier (Dsides) and Mathilde Leré (IMS Luxembourg)
Where to start to reduce professional hyperconnection? Thanks to our guests' experiences, discover individual and collective good practices. Inspiration to take a first digital savvy step is just one click away.
What are the trends? How are these new generations behaving? How to attract them and what to do to welcome / accompany them in the company? By which value offer? How to adapt positions and with which tools? With Karine Blanc (Décathlon Luxembourg), François Bade (Deloitte), Matthieu Wendling (Groupe Inov-On) and Christian Scharff (IMS Luxembourg)
The multiple Paralympic champion and SSE business leader delivered a poignant speech on the need to change our economic and social systems.
& relive the day behind the scenes
"We are aware of the role we have to play and the impact we can have in the face of social and environmental challenges. Human beings are at the heart of our concerns, and that is why we continuously raise awareness of these issues among our employees. We encourage initiatives and the implementation of good practices. Our collective approach illustrates our willingness to get involved together to find practical and innovative solutions." Loic LE FOLL - CEO, AG2R
"As the bank of the EU, the EIB is the largest multilateral financial institution and one of the largest providers of sustainable financing in the world. It provides finance for projects that meet societal needs, supports the economy, and improves people's lives inside and outside the EU. Our headquarter are in Luxembourg, and we are continually striving to strengthen our relationships with partners such as IMS. We are very proud to support the Luxembourg Sustainable Development Forum again, which fosters debate, explores new solutions, and has a positive impact on our communities." Werner HOYER - CEO, European Investment Bank
"At BNPP AM we have identified equality and inclusive growth as one of three critical pre-conditions for a more sustainable and inclusive economic system. To achieve this goal, we promote a more equitable and sustainable distribution of value to ensure the long-term stability and resilience of societies and ecosystems. In our Global Sustainability Strategy we have listed specific targets to advance this objective. We do this through engagement with mainstream companies, by investing in social businesses and by promoting innovative financing instruments such as social bonds" Stéphane BRUNET - CEO, BNP Paribas Asset Management
"The Societe Generale Group in Luxembourg (Societe Generale Luxembourg, ALD, and Sogelife) needs to show its support for the topics discussed in this forum. Ensuring our teams' quality of working life, diversity, and professional development is a priority in the implementation of our Raison d'Etre: "Building together, with our clients, a better and sustainable future by providing responsible and innovative financial solutions." Arnaud JACQUEMIN - CEO, Société Générale
"To succeed, today's company must adapt and evolve its management methods. The new generations have very different expectations and operating plans from their elders. At ArcelorMittal Luxembourg, we are working on integrating the millennia and on the implementation of intergenerational synergies. We must allow everyone to find their place and blossom to guarantee its success and sustainability." Roland BASTIAN - Country Head Luxembourg & CEO, ArcelorMittal
"Thanks to these projects, the IFSB aims to ensure the training of the human capital of the construction sector through technologies and future techniques. Its vocation is to enhance these professions' value and prioritize innovative future opportunities and integrated career paths. Alongside companies, it collaborates in the renewal of the sector's workforce, in the adaptation of the necessary skills in terms of sustainable and circular construction and in promoting sustainable socio-professional integration." Bruno RENDERS - CEO, IFSB
"For Sodexo, growth must make sense, both for our employees daily and for our clients and suppliers looking for relationships built on shared values and the local communities whose economic and social development we want to foster." Julien DEMOULIN - CEO, Sodexo
The Luxembourg Sustainability Forum is :
- Respecting the climate-neutral commitment
- Remove all single-use plastics.
- Minimize waste production and sort it out
- Favouring dematerialized channels to communicate
- Choose local suppliers who are open to dialogue and who are looking for innovative and sustainable solutions.
- Work to the maximum to allow for diversity within our panels.
- Work to improve accessibility by providing four language translations.
It is with the help and commitment of these two service providers, who have been working with us for several years that we can realize this dematerialized Forum in multilingual live streaming:
Apex: a company specialized in the technical realization of corporate events, conferences, events, parties or trade shows (sound, video broadcasting, lighting, etc.).
Free Lens: FreeLens is a production company specialized in corporate and TV audiovisual services such as video production, Livestream and TV broadcasting.
LuxVisual: professionals in large format digital printing, Lux Visual has worked with IMS to find the most adapted and sustainable solutions: design of reusable media or recyclable materials including beelite reboard and solvent-free inks.
Njörd: a committed caterer and restaurateur, Njörd was able to listen to our needs and proposed vegetarian meal trays with local and organic products.
Meliá Luxembourg: our guests were coming from far and wide live in this eco-labelled establishment whose CSR policy resonates with our fields of action: elimination of single-use plastics, use of larger garbage bags, use of large-format dispensers for hygiene products, communication via digital tools, catering integrating local products...
Mamie et Moi: the protective masks distributed during the Forum are made by Renée, a member of the Mamie et Moi association. The Mamie et Moi initiative was launched in 2012, with knitting as a vector for links between generations. The ASBL offers meetings in the form of workshops, knitting cafés and courses, always led by the grannies of their network. Since 2018, they have opened their actions to other skills such as cooking, storytelling and gardening.
MyClimate: IMS strives to limit its carbon footprint as much as possible. After several years of collaboration, IMS Luxembourg and MyClimate signed a partnership agreement in January 2017 allowing us to offset the carbon footprint of all our activities through the Mobisol Smart Solar Homes project, which installs high-tech solar-powered home systems based on new technologies.
Oekozenter: To combine a quality approach with the desire to reduce the environmental impact of this event, IMS Luxembourg called upon the Oekozenter to benefit from its advice and recommendations, based on work carried out in the framework of the MICE Cluster and supported by the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure.
On 25 April 2019, the 8th edition of the Luxembourg Sustainability Forum organised by IMS Luxembourg (Inspiring More Sustainability) took place. This edition welcomed more than 300 participants and 35 speakers to the Cercle Cité, with a rich and innovative program!