Communications and information are an integral part of our everyday lives nowadays. News and information of all kinds flood us every minute and it has become almost a human right to have such access. Being connected is more than an opportunity to communicate, it is now an opportunity to learn, to receive otherwise unavailable services, and to have a competitive advantage. This makes the telecommunications sector one with a high indirect impact on the sustainability of society and the economy.
As a result, companies in the telecommunications sector have become the target of great expectations on the part of various stakeholder groups. For these companies, being transparent is now a must. Furthermore, it is essential for them to be able to understand and successfully manage their relationships with various stakeholders.
Being highly influential means that telecommunications companies also can be drivers of sustainability. By providing smart solutions to other sectors, they can be a partner in fulfilling a wide range of global sustainability goals. That is why telecommunications companies should be able to identify sustainability issues in other sectors quickly and subsequently offer potential solutions.
- Support in developing sustainability reports (all 6 reports of Telenor Bulgaria, 2 reports of VIVACOM)
- Support in developing the first integrated report in Bulgaria (VIVACOM)
- Support in creating and managing corporate environmental management processes, including environmental data management software (Telenor Bulgaria)
- Development of the CO2-free “Green Grid” (A1 Telekom Austria)
Evelin Milleret – Austria
Klimentina Rasheva – Bulgaria
Adina Nenicioiu – Romania
Robert Szücs-Winkler – Hungary