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UN Global Compact Slovenia was launched on May, 24th 2007 on the initiative of  Prof. Danica Purg, Dean and President of the IEDC-Bled School of Management.

Originally founded by 16 companies, which represent the biggest drivers of the Slovene economy, including Adria Mobil, Elektronček, Esotech, Gorenje, HERMES SofLab, IEDC-Bled School of Management, MIP, Petrol, Perutnina Ptuj, Riko, Sava Group, Salonit Anhovo, Trimo Trebnje, Vibacom, and Wine Cellar "Goriška Brda", the Global Compact Network Slovenia now has 37 member-organizations.

The central goal of the Global Compact Network in Slovenia is to help Slovenian companies realize strategic opportunities offered by sustainable and socially responsible practices, increasing, therefore, the overall competitiveness of the Slovenian economy.

To realize this goal, the association cooperates with other Slovenian NGOs, organizes regular meetings, roundtables, conferences and individual meetings related to issues of environment, labor, human rights, and corruption. The
association also offers practical change management support for companies attempting to integrate sustainable development into their core business practices.
 

Website

http://www.ungc-slovenia.si

Benefits of Participation


Contact Information

Network Representative
Prof. Danica Purg

Network Contact Person
Ms. Mojca Markizeti
mojca.markizeti@iedc.si

 

Participant Information

Participation in the Global Compact does not necessarily reflect participation in the Global Compact Local Network.

Participants in Slovenia: 17

Latest Participant:
Keko-Varicon d.o.o.
Accepted on 6 November, 2013