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MK:SMART Smart Cities initiative kicks off

MK:SMART Smart Cities initiative kicks off

MK:SMART is a new three-year £16m initiative, funded by the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE), which aims to provide innovative digitally-oriented solutions to the growth challenges in Milton Keynes. Fronesys is pleased to be part of the...

IIRC launches Integrated Reporting Framework today

IIRC launches Integrated Reporting Framework today

A three year journey traversed by a global coalition of companies, investors, framework providers and NGOs led by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has resulted in the publication of a new framework for corporate reporting: The...

Fronesys apprentice hired by think tank

Fronesys apprentice hired by think tank

Apprenticeships are all the rage in policy circles, but do they work in a start-up company like Fronesys? Jyoti Banerjee reflects on the first apprenticeship at Fronesys. As a company doing work in the areas of youth unemployment and digital skills, we are...

Fronesys in winning consortium for WRAP framework contract

Fronesys in winning consortium for WRAP framework contract

Fronesys is pleased to announce that our consortium (Fronesys and its partners Advancing Sustainability, as consortium leader, and Sustain) has won a WRAP Framework Contract (FRA052 Resource Efficiency in Products) through which we can provide a tailored...

Circular economy: will the tech industry ever learn?

Circular economy: will the tech industry ever learn?

In the face of planet-wide resource depletion and huge volatility in raw material pricing, it is time for the circular economy. The tech industry is well-placed to make this move. But will it? Fronesys in in discussion on the issue with the International...

What happens to the lost generation?

What happens to the lost generation?

Fifteen million people between the ages of fifteen and twenty four are out of work in North America and Europe at the moment. Italy and France have 25% youth unemployment while, in Spain, 45% of the young people are jobless. At these levels, there is grave...

Rio+20: Action, please, on sustainability reporting

Rio+20: Action, please, on sustainability reporting

Bloomberg reports that 75% of over 20,000 companies worldwide do not report their sustainability impacts. As a result, such impacts have minimal effects on the practice of incorporating sustainability data into company valuations. The Rio+20 meeting is...

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