Hemofarm is the only company from Serbia and this part of Europe that has had the opportunity to participate in this year’s UN Debate on Sustainable Development in the company of the world’s largest companies like Google. Hemofarm’s recent entry into the final of the Global Sustainable Development Competition “Ideas for Action” nominated this company for participants in an expert discussion organised at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, which gave Hemofarm a worldwide certificate of good business practice applied into his work.
Sanda Savić, director of corporate affairs and communications at this company, had the opportunity to speak to top officials of international organisations, representatives of governments and companies from various parts of the world on behalf of Hemofarm. At the gathering attended by World Bank Vice President Mahmoud Mohieldin, renowned professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Vorton School of Business, George Petkoski, as well as the Executive Director of UN Women, Assistant Secretary-General of the UN, directors of international organizations and ministers, presented the principles of sustainable development that are the foundation Hemofarm business.
“The significance of this theme for Hemofarm is best illustrated by the fact that our new Sustainable Development Report has conceived exactly according to 17 UN goals. We want to motivate other companies in Serbia and the region to start taking more care of resources, preserving nature, respecting the rights of employees, giving more support to the individual and the local community, or everything that makes sustainable development. At the same time, our goal is also to inspire each individual to align their lives and behaviour with the values of sustainable development. This is the only way for the generations to come to preserve this one of our only planets,” she said at a gathering of corporate director at Hemofarm.