• VAPF Group assumes as part of its business goals the following: the development of economic well-being, environmental improvement and responsibility towards society.
  • The aim of the #aliadosdelosODS campaign is to act as a platform to boost awareness of the 2030 Agenda so that more people are aware and work together on it
  • Corporate management based on SDG’s helps create new business opportunities, improves stakeholder relations, and promotes innovation.

Benissa. October 22nd, 2019.

On the 4th anniversary of the adoption of the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), VAPF Group is joining the #aliadosdelosODS campaign to raise awareness of these United Nations Goals, in collaboration with the Spanish Global Compact Network, an initiative to which it belongs. The objective is to contribute, through its alignment with the SDGs, as a platform to boost awareness of the Goals so that people know and begin to work on them.

In 2016, VAPF Group joined the UN Global Compact initiative, the world’s largest sustainability initiative. Since the approval of the 2030 Agenda in 2015, in addition to its commitment to promoting the Ten Principles, it has worked to align its corporate management with the SDGs, in order to find new business opportunities, improves relations with its stakeholders, and promotes innovation.

VAPF Group assumes as part of its business goals: the development of economic well-being, environmental improvement and responsibility towards society.

In this respect, VAPF Group has established a series of commitments and good practices aligned with its strategy. Here we highlight the implementation of innovation in our developments as a measure to combat climate change and its effects, to guarantee both quality and stable employment to promote inclusive, sustained and sustainable economic growth, the various actions to guarantee a healthy life and promote well-being for all ages, and finally, the development of alliances to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Alliance for Sustainable Development.

Boosting company contribution to sustainable development

Four years ago, the 193 member states of the United Nations General Assembly including Spain, unanimously approved Agenda 2030 with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “Leaving no one behind” is the central concept of the agreement. The SDGs propose to end poverty and hunger, reducing inequalities and tackling urgent issues such as climate change.

In order to achieve this ambitious Agenda, it was agreed that everyone needed to participate including governments, business, civil society, and citizens from all over the world. Its strength comes from the universal nature of the agreement and the ambition of its 169 goals. Achieving them requires an unprecedented effort from all sectors of society and companies has a very important role to play in this. Achieving the SDGs requires a combination of momentum provided by the public sector, companies, investors, and civil society.

For the first time, the United Nations recognizes companies as key players in achieving its Global Objectives stating: “Private enterprise, investment, and innovation are the major drivers of productivity, inclusive economic growth, and job creation. We urge all companies to apply innovation and their creativity to solve problems related to sustainable development.”

The Spanish Global Compact Network

The United Nations Global Compact is an international initiative whose mission is to mobilise an international movement for sustainable companies in order to create the world we hope to live in and enjoy. Its strength lies in its unrivalled capacity to bring companies together with other stakeholders working to promote sustainable development: governments, civil society and the United Nations. With more than 12,500 affiliated companies in more than 160 countries, it is the largest corporate social responsibility initiative in the world. It also has a UN mandate to promote Sustainable Development Goals in the private sector.

The United Nations Global Compact has been operating in Spain, through the Spanish Network since 2004. It is the local network with the most signatories and is positioned at the top of the different UN Global Compact networks worldwide. It currently has 1,542 associated companies, of which 669 are partners.

Grupo VAPF is a family-owned business with over 55 years of history, making it one of the most established real estate groups in the province of Alicante.

VAPF is a benchmark company in the building and development sector along Northern Costa Blanca, with its core values in innovation, design, and the commitment to offer its customers quality housing and an exclusive service.

For more information

VAPF Group
Avda. País Valencià, 22
03720 · Benissa (Alicante)

Phone number: +34 965 734 017
Email: vapf@vapf.com
Web: www.vapf.com