The next and last multiplier event will be held on June 26 in Breda. After three years of successful collaboration of five different universities, the INTEGRES Project has been completed. All partners and participants are present at the multiplier event. Intensive study programs will be held and the latest developments are discussed.
Tom Vos, coordinator of the entire process, is looking forward to the event with enthusiasm: ‘We have cooperated intensly for three years on a theme that is extremely important for the future. With all the changes coming for a sustainable economy, accountants will play a crucial role. They will fulfill a key roll in the transition into a new, circular economy. Goals are achieved only when there’s a will to work together. The INTEGRES project is a perfect example of this.’
The INTEGRES Project brings together a team of 5 universities representing 5 different European countries. Every university has their own knowledge and skills as an expertise in this project.
AVANS University of Applied Sciences Breda (The Netherlands) contributes its expertise on Sustainability in Business and Integrated Reporting to the project. University College Ghent, HOGENT (Belgium) provides its expertise on Sustainable Business Models and international cooperation.
The Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (Italy) offers its expertise on Human Capital, SMEs and the creation of Open Educational Resources (MOOCs). Université Catholique de Lille (France) contributes its expertise on Sustainability, Human Capital and IR. And the Technological University Dublin (Ireland) brings to the project its expertise on Key Performance Indicators regarding IR in SMEs.
The closing conference of the project willl be held in Breda. You can pre-register here: