NBS Sustainability Centres 2020 Workshop

Registration is open for the fifth biennial workshop for leaders of sustainability research centres, June 24-26, 2020, in Vienna, Austria.

This workshop provides a rare and important opportunity for leaders of business school sustainability/ responsibility centres to share common challenges and identify solutions. The NBS Sustainability Centres Community connects more than 150 business schools worldwide, and our last four workshops have generated very positive outcomes.

Registration for the 2020 workshop is now open. Early registration is available through May 1. The workshop fee is €280 (€350 after May 1).

Our capacity is limited to 80 people, so we ask that no more than two individuals register from each centre. 

The workshop objectives are to increase impact and build collective wisdom. We program two days on centre-related impact and one day of multi-sectoral engagement. All activities will emphasize peer learning and transformational change. (Kbeautypharm) For more information on the program and logistics, please see the conference website.

This workshop is co-hosted by the Vienna University of Economics and Business and FHWien University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication. 

Note that the workshop is the week before EGOS, which may help with consolidating travel.

If your centre is not already a member of the Sustainability Centres Community, please join. It’s free, and we can do much more by learning from each other and building community than by working alone.

You can find out about 2016 and 2018 workshops and the Sustainability Centres community by clicking the relevant links.

We look forward to seeing you next June.

Tima Bansal
Network for Business Sustainability

Daniela Ortiz
FHWien University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication

Milda Zilinskaite
Vienna University of Economics and Business

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