NEw perspective on CSR

Next generation CSR education for the gambling industry

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The development goes fast in the CSR field. What was new a year ago is
now standard. The need to understand what is happening is also on a deeper level. How can you
understand the development and what fundamental values does it build?
Therefore, we invite you to an international education in CSR where we review the present and
future, risk and opportunities within the CSR field

WHY?

What was new a year ago is
now standard. New approaches are established and opportunities arise.  
New developed control, Shared Value Strategies, network communication, risk assessment and crisis management, impact assessments, questions about CSR and brands, responsible leadership and integrity.

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HOW?

With the education we give you as future leaders, the ability to take CSR to the next level and the right conditions to create sustainable and profitable company with a good confidence. 

The education is a collaboration between academia, the gambling industry and organisations and leads to higher education credits. Read more
 

When?

Start for Step 1: 13-14 may 2019. Step 1 will be in Sweden. Step 2 are planned to 19-20 september 2019. Step 3 in November TBD.

The education is ongoing. Are you interested in participating in the next education? Please contact us with your application for interest
 

"Responsible gambling is for the gambling industry what press ethics is for the media. You simply have to be the best in the world" 
Petra Forsström, founder Sustainable Gambling Academy,

I want to know more!

Does it sound interesting or do you just want to know more about the education. Don´t hesitate to contact us

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56,4%

Swedish people are less satisfied customers (average other industries in Sweden 2017: 66.9). Source: SKI

300,000

Of the Swedish people plays almost every day.
Source: 
The Swedish Gambling Authority 

148,000

Have experienced that they have played too much.
Source: The Swedish Gambling Authority