The EEG Annual Corporate is more than just a tradition of acknowledging support and sponsorship. It is rooted in the very ethos of EEG reflected in the slogan, “Together for a better environment” and celebrates the power of partnerships. Each year the event brings together the cream of the public and private sector that have demonstrated an inherent commitment towards the environment and sustainable development. From policy makers to frontrunners of the corporate world, from thought leaders to subject matter experts, the Annual Corporate Gala Dinner showcases the unity in diversity that is forged through the common belief in a greener future. EEG uses this opportunity to acknowledge and honour all the organisations and individuals whose support fuels the operations and activities of EEG.
EEG realizes that the support of government organisations and private companies is important for pro-environmental Campaigns. EEG engages itself with public and private organisations through meetings, presentation, dialogue session, and action programmes.
EEG has had 54 engagements with different corporate entities and academic institutions so far in 2018. Moreover, EEG has been a part of the following exhibitions:
To conduct a presentation/dialogue session/meeting in your office, Kindly contact EEG office.
EEG has been engaging with the community through its community lecture series, since 1992, which exploit the power of exchange and dialogue; in other words, learning through personal involvement and participation. In 2016 to mark the group’s silver jubilee celebration; EEG devised a unique four Panel discussion series on the important theme “Responsible Consumption and Production: to engage the audience in more in-depth and meaningful discussions by bringing together various experts from the field on a common platform.
FOR 2018 PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
Modul University, one of our academic members, has graciously obliged to host the series of our panel discussions this year. Three panel discussions have already taken place covering the topics of “Innovation, Sustainable Development – New Manifesto for SDG’s”, “Technology of Today, Lifestyle of Tomorrow”, and “Zero Waste: Food For Thought.” We also hosted a great line of speakers who were experts in their respective fields. Our next panel discussion will be taking place on the 29th of August at Modul University and we will be addressing the topic of “Circular Economy – Bringing Waste Full Circle.” This platform is open to students above the age of 18. To register, visit the link: