We Believe in Sustainability

At Enablon, we believe that our actions have a deep impact on the environment and we need to act responsibly. As sustainability is a priority interest of Enablon, for this year’s edition of SPF EMEA conference taking place in Paris we will take another step to ensure that all our actions related to the conference complies with sustainability standards and we contribute to reduce negative impacts on our environment.

Green Policy

According to our green policy, all marketing materials have been printed on recyclable paper. We also have chosen carefully our gifts for you, making sure that all products come from environmentally friendly companies.

Every year we try to increase our positive impact on the society by taking different actions in terms of sustainability. In order to compensate the negative effect of our employee flight travels, last year Enablon has planted 4 134 trees in Enablon Forest in France and 2,150 trees in Chicago and the Ottawa National Forest in Michigan. With the partnership of American Forest in North America and Reforest’ Action in Europe we will continue to enlarge our mission to protect the environment.

You Can Also Make A Difference!

Don’t forget to stop by the “Trees for Travel” booth at SPF EMEA conference and Enablon will compensate your travel by planting the number of trees related to the carbon emitted from your flight to SPF EMEA Paris.

London – Paris Charity Bike Ride

We also would like to share with you a wonderful initiative from our brave team from London who will be cycling all the way to Paris in order to raise money for The Bike Project. Three Enablonians will start the bike ride one week before the SPF EMEA conference. In 2 days they will cycle almost 400 km starting in London and ending in Enablon office in Paris. We believe that their initiative will help raise environmental awareness in our community and contribute to collect a great donation for the association.

About The Bike Project

The Bike Project is a community of refugees, mechanics and volunteers. They receive donations of second- hand bikes, fix them together at our workshop, and then donate them to asylum seeking refugees. A small proportion of the bikes that they receive are sold through The Bike Shop to generate funds, the proceeds of which support The Bike Project, which ensures their long term sustainability.