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Sustainable Thinking, Acting, and Communicating: A Review of the 5th Dresden Sustainability Round Table at Novaled
Last week, the 5th Dresden Sustainability Round Table took place at Novaled, organised by the state capital of Dresden and supported by the by the Office for Economic Development.
The regulars' table serves to exchange experiences between large companies in Dresden, such as the state requirements, especially those of the EU with regard to sustainability criteria (EU taxonomy, CSRD, ESG etc.) can be implemented in practice. Sustainability not only relates to the environment and climate, but also includes social and legal issues beyond the company gate. Each regulars' table is organised under a different specific topic. This time, the focus was on the "Supply Chain Due Dilligence Act" was the focus.
The event began with a warm welcome a warm welcome from the Office for Economic Development of the the state capital of Dresden, followed by an introductory company presentation by Witali Muth, Senior Sales Manager at Novaled GmbH.
This was followed by a keynote speech on "Supply Chain Due Diligence Act" by Mr Robert Weichert from WeichertMehner management consultancy for communication. The presentation highlighted the significance and challenges arising from the law and emphasised the emphasised the need for responsible supply chain management.
Michaela Hache and Dr Christiane Köhn from the ISM - Integrated Management Systems department at Novaled provided insights into the specific challenges of implementing the Supply Chain Duty of Care Act at Novaled.
The informative evening was rounded off with a guided tour of the Old Mill and the technical centre of Novaled GmbH, during which the participants were able to gain a more detailed impression of the company.
The 5th Dresden Sustainability Round Table helped to emphasise the importance of sustainable thinking and action in companies and promoted a constructive exchange on current challenges and forward-looking solutions.
Ms. Janine Pusch
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