Phoenix Design Aid publishes its 2017 UNGC Communication on Progress – Advanced Level

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Phoenix Design Aid (PDAid) recently published its tenth UNGC Communication on Progress – Advanced Level. The report is an integral part of PDAid’s CSR management model, serving as information and inspiration to companies, stakeholders and associations wishing to learn more about the company’s business approach, particularly its take on engaging sustainability and CSR in daily operations. Taking on a new approach, this years’ report adopts information on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Look for the visual links communicated in the form of  SDG icons throughout the report.

PDAid has devotedly supported the ten principles of the UN Global Compact, since 2007. This October, the company submitted its extensive Communication on Progress report, representing the fifth CSR report to meet UN Global Compact requirements at advanced level. The PDAid Communication on Progress 2016-17 is available online at the PDAid website. Printed versions are distributed widely among stakeholders.

The report serves as information and inspiration to companies, stakeholders and associations wishing to learn more about PDAid’s business approach, particularly its take on engaging sustainability and CSR in daily operations. This years’ report communicates progress in PDAid’s range of initiatives undertaken within the field of sustainability and CSR during the period September 2016 to September 2017.

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As something new, the company has integrated information on the SDGs through the appliance of visual links in the form of icons. As such, the company hopes to benefit from acknowledging the relations between the SDGs and the progress covered throughout the report.

“The launch of this years’ Communication on Progress report demonstrates our continued commitment to driving business growth, while making a societal impact. The cases featured in our report show that CSR is at the heart of everything we do,” said Dennis Lundoe Nielsen, Phoenix Design Aid’s CEO

Readers should gain an overall impression of PDAid’s operations and activities, including facts, case descriptions and clarifications on the fulfilment of the company’s targets and goals. The success of the PDAid Foundation is given more space than any other CSR activity, presented in the report. Learn more about the progress of the foundation and the amazing journey offered to the first two youth from disadvantaged communities to join and complete the support program. Other important measures outlined in the report comprise PDAid’s ability to influence its surroundings through the promotion of company driven CSR.

Dominating the report design are the amazing shots taken by various climbers during a 2016 Kilimanjaro Climb, attended by Phoenix Design Aid’s CEO, Dennis Lundø Nielsen.

To learn more about PDAid’s CSR activities and to access the 2017 CSR Report, check out the website at www.phoenixdesignaid.com/cop-2016-2017/


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