Católica Porto Business School hosts KPMG Portugal for a week of ESG training

Friday, June 14, 2024 - 12:08

KPMG Portugal, in partnership with Católica Porto Business School, is launching the "ESG Week" initiative, a week-long training programme focused on managing the ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) transition.

These training sessions will take place at Católica Porto Business School on the Porto campus from 1 to 5 July. The daily programmes aim to equip participants with the skills needed to tackle new sustainability and governance challenges. Registration is available for individual sessions or the entire programme. Learn more about the training schedule here.

As João Pinto, Dean of Católica Porto Business School (CPBS), notes, “Sustainability has been a central topic for organisations for several years now. At CPBS, we offer various programmes in this area. Additionally, our close ties with businesses are something that we pioneer in. Participating in the 'ESG Week' with KPMG Portugal is an excellent example of this connection.”

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Learn more about sustainability programmes at Católica Porto Business School here.

About INSURE.Hub: It is the knowledge transfer centre resulting from the mobilisation of Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Porto, through its faculties—Católica Porto Business School and the School of Biotechnology—and Planetiers New Generation. It is a space for innovation and management from a circular perspective, aiming for full sustainability (net-zero) and/or regeneration (positive pursuits), anticipating the future and adapting to global environmental challenges. Currently, there are already 75 (inter)national partners known for their knowledge and application experience. The INSURE Club's primary goal is to foster learning and cooperation among its partners. From different fields, all agreed to collaborate towards full sustainability and/or regeneration, anticipating the future, adapting to global environmental challenges, and promoting alignment with regulatory requirements.