During the SME EnterPRIZE event that took place in Brussels on 28 November 2023, Generali has recognised the “Sustainability Heroes”: companies drawn from the over 7,600 SMEs that participated in the Environment and Social categories, and coming from the European countries that have joined the initiative: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain.
A social business rooted in cooperative management fostering sustainable education, knowledge exchange, and the integration of refugees into their workforce.
A social cooperative that empowers people with disabilities by engaging them in the upcycling process of textile materials.
A pioneer in circular food production that buys raw materials from local organic farmers and uses recyclable packaging and electricity from renewable sources.
The company promotes the employment of marginalized people with customized training programmes, enabling them to acquire new skills and become independent.
A women-led company offering cooling garments through a sustainable alternative to traditional cooling systems, benefiting workers, athletes, and individuals with specific health conditions.
A family-run organic farm that specialises in the cultivation and processing of organic spices and herbs, supports marginalized groups and nurtures the local ecosystem.
A Benefit Corporation that provides solutions to increase the value of geospatial data, enabling individuals and organisations to act in a conscious and timely manner for the wellbeing of people and the planet.
A global leader in sustainable cycling components and sustainable mobility that provides customised equipment for bicycle manufacturers, minimizing waste an optimizing the use of resources.
A leading producer of energy-efficient prefabricated buildings.
The company offers smartphones with an operating system tailored to the needs and abilities of the elderly, allowing relatives to stay in touch and reducing their loneliness and sense of isolation.
During the SME EnterPRIZE event that took place in Brussels on 26 October 2022, Generali has recognised the “Sustainability Heroes”: companies drawn from the over 6,600 SMEs that participated in the areas of welfare, environment, and community, and coming from the European countries that have joined the initiative: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
A pioneer in circular economy, offering repair services for electric and electrical equipment and new consumption models.
An R&D project for the digital transformation and optimization of the electric power network.
An organic orchard empowering people with disabilities and offering education to the community.
Helping to limit the carbon impact of the construction sector with eco-responsible materials.
A platform enabling the owners of electric vehicles to turn saved CO2 emissions into cash or sustainability projects.
A family-run glove making business committed to slow fashion and circular economy.
A self-sufficient agriculture and food producer with a distinguished approach to the local community.
Seaweed farming: how to capture carbon in oceans and run a sustainable fish aquaculture.
A cutting-edge QR code enabling visually impaired people to find their way around unfamiliar environments.
During the SME EnterPRIZE event that took place in Brussels on 28 September 2021, Generali has recognised the “Sustainability Heroes”: companies drawn from the over 6,000 SMEs that participated in the areas of welfare, environment, and community, and coming from the European countries that have joined the initiative: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
An eco-hotel defined as “passive house” – a standard describing the energy efficiency of a building that reduces its carbon footprint
An agriculture business committed to developing smart solutions for farmers such as IoT-based sensors and precision agriculture tools
A project aiming to create inclusive spaces by managing responsible cafés and restaurants and by implementing several solidarity initiatives
An AI- and science-driven certified SaaS (Software as a Service) platform for automated carbon accounting, decarbonisation, ESG management and reporting
An agriculture business which became a zero-waste company in the processes for the production of its oils and created an urban development programme to familiarise with permaculture<
A leading agriculture business in Southern Italy’s organic production which implemented significant welfare initiatives for its employees, especially during the pandemic crisis
A textile company that created a Foundation operating in Spain and South America to support young people at risk of social exclusion