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#DiscoverDevelopSucceed: more than 2600 participants, 151 mentors and facilitators, over 20 “Life skills” and “Business skills” training sessions
On November 19th, Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia opened to public the doors of the new visitors’ center. First in the region, the center is equipped with innovative technologies, engaging platforms, that will give the visitors opportunity to discover interesting details from the Coca‑Cola brand history, learn about Company’s activities - innovative technologies, ongoing projects, corporate strategy, to see in real how the favourite beverage is being produced, and, of course, refresh themselves with their favourite drink.
The main purpose of the Memorandum is to establish partnerships between organizations, to contribute to the provision of equal educational opportunities for young people in Armenia and to the improvement of educational systems by organizing and implementing various educational programs and activities.
Coca‑Cola supported conference organization and introduced its sustainability approach, and not only that, Coca‑Cola Hellenic Group Strategy, Innovation and Commercial Solutions Director Galip Onar was among the speakers at one of the thematic sessions organized at WCIT-2019. At “Business Interrupted” - a discussion on the importance of innovative technologies for business development - Gallip Onar spoke about innovative solutions in use at Coca‑Cola System companies, as well as the benefits and opportunities those offer.
How does Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia stand out among other employers? How much has the company invested in Corporate Social Responsibility projects in recent years and why does CSR matter so much when it comes to the development of CCHBCA? PanARMENIAN.Net has discussed these and so many other issues with Arthur Sahakyan, the newly-appointed General Manager of Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia.
The 2019 Dow Jones Sustainability Index – a leading global benchmark for sustainability in business – has rated Coca‑Cola HBC Europe’s most sustainable beverage company. This is the 6th time in 7 years that the company has been ranked number 1 in the index and the 9th year in a row that it has been ranked in the top three Global and European beverage companies.
Christoph Speck, General Manager of Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia, has recently revealed the peculiarities of the company’s 23-year activity in the country, weighing in on their current projects and the role they play, as well as programs the company has implemented and the policies practiced there.
As a company in the business of bottling, selling and activating beverage brands in 28 markets, we at Coca‑Cola HBC understand the problem and our role in addressing it.
The launch of “Youth Empowered 2019”, an initiative of Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia, took place in Yerevan on April 29. This three-year program started in 2018 in the frame of a memorandum of understanding signed between RA Ministry of Education and Science and Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia, aims at reducing unemployment among youth, through organization of free life and business skills trainings.
Mikael Bonde Nielsen is the Director of Economic Affairs at Coca‑Cola Public Policy Center, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Mikael Bonde Nielsen spoke about tax reform agenda, as well as sugar tax and soft drink tax in general.