It is with the participation of François de Rugy (France Minister of Ecological and Solidary Transition), that Laurence Capossele will testify, on the 25th of june, about the adoption by Cetup’s teams of the 17 SDGs* of the United Nations Global Compact**.

Our managing director will make a speech to 500 people, during the round table “SDGs and French companies in action!” hosted by Isabelle Hennebelle, a journalist with l’Express magazine.

Alongside Lise Kingo, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact and Jean Pascal Tricoire, President of Global Compact France and Chairman and CEO of Schneider Electric, Laurence Capossele will explain how our SME is striving on an everyday basis to achieve the 17 SDGs of the UN’s Global Compact, thus serving as an example within the United Nations association.

Recognised as one of the most ambitious French companies in the area of CSR, Cetup has also just had its Global Compact Advanced level (GCA) confirmed, awarded to only 60 organisations (of all sizes) in France.

A recognition of Cetup’s commitment to respecting human rights, and international regulations on labour, sustainable development and the fight against corruption.

*Sustainable Development Goals
**Founded in 2000 by Kofi Annan, (then UN Secretary-General), the Global Compact is the largest Sustainable Development initiative in the world.

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