IMS Luxembourg: Constant growth and 27 new members

Published on 7 February 2023

The IMS network - Inspiring More Sustainability - currently has 194 IMS member organisations, 251 signatories of the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg and 80 associate members. During its annual conference on Tuesday, 7 February, the IMS team presented the highlights that will mark 2023, and all its activities to the 27 new members.


Amazon EU - B Medical Systems - Banque Havilland - BOMA Luxembourg - British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg - Broadstreet – DeCODE - Ecotrel ASBL - Fujitsu Luxembourg - Greenworlder – Ikano - JLL Jones Lang Lasalle - Keep Contact - LLC RE Management Luxembourg – Luloop - Luxexpo The Box – LuxFLAG - Maison Moderne - Njordfood - Novotel Suites Luxembourg – Orange - Quattro Creative Studio - Return2Career – Seismic - Swiss Life Luxembourg - Telesis - VitalBriefing



Faced with the growing interest of companies to transform themselves sustainably, the activities of IMS Luxembourg are growing, and the subjects are multiple and interconnected. The role of IMS is to understand, decode and decipher the complexity of the challenges of sustainable development to make them accessible to everyone and thus facilitate the transition to action. 
During the coming year, we will find activities, among others, on the following subjects: the fight against climate change with a programme on biodiversity in companies, diversity and inclusion with practical tools, notably on disability, and support via clubs for all those who must manage sustainable development in their companies. All dates are available and regularly updated on the agenda page of the imslux.lu website.

IMS continues to support sustainable development strategies within its three dedicated business clubs: 
-    The Luxembourg CEO Sustainability Club: strictly reserved for the CEOs of IMS member organisations, this club aims to foster reflection on the conditions for transitioning to a sustainable and inclusive society. 
-    The Sustainability Manager Club: dedicated to any person responsible for implementing the sustainable development strategy of an IMS member organisation. This year, this club will provide an opportunity to discuss the following three topics: Data & reporting, Stakeholders and greenwashing, and Awareness and change management.  
-    The Sustainable Procurement Club: dedicated to the buyers of IMS member organisations, this club provides an opportunity to meet in a privileged framework of exchange and sharing, and makes available tools and concrete examples to instill a sustainable aspect into procurement policies.


Launched at the beginning of 2022, the Sustainability Academy is a powerful training tool for organisations, whether or not they are members of IMS. The education and skills development of all teams is necessary to support the change process of any structure whose objective is to transform itself sustainably and prosperously. The Sustainability Academy calls on experts on various themes and offers tailor-made courses according to the needs identified by the organisations. 
More information on the Sustainability Academy.


IMS regularly offers numerous free access resources. They are tools for monitoring, raising awareness, sharing information and good practices, and can be consulted online. Among the most recent ones: 

Information overload in the workplace - A Practical Guide
This guide provides suggestions for finding the most suitable solutions for your company and implementing practical applications for managing information effectively.
Available in French, English and German.

Action Kit Diversity Day 2023
This kit proposes action plans, ways to raise awareness of diversity in your organisation and the essential communication tools to show your commitment to Diversity Day 2023, which will take place on 23 May.

Sustainability Mag #14 paper and online issue 
Issue 14 of Sustainability Mag was published in January 2022 and will be available shortly on the online version sustainabilitymag.lu. This bilingual French-English slow media published by IMS Luxembourg is dedicated to social challenges and sustainable development issues.

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