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We have been awarded the Charter for Sustainable Entrepreneurship by Voka.

We proudly announce that we have been awarded the Charter for Sustainable Entrepreneurship by Voka, the Flemish Employers Association.

Sustainable entrepreneurship has never been a buzzword at Living Stone. It is about dealing with scarce raw materials, economical energy consumption, investing in human capital, responding to the needs of tomorrow, and much more. You’ll recognize some of our efforts in our infographic below.

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infografiek-2We are proud of these actions, both large and small, because they all required a change in behavior, and highlight our aspiration to do better. They illustrate our commitment to help achieve the seventeen sustainability goals of the United Nations, signed by no fewer than 194 countries worldwide. They are our compass for a future-oriented and sustainable company policy.

Bart Verduyn
Bart Verduyn
Managing Partner

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