is Agorize's label
for more sustainable innovation
The Agorize For Good label
The Agorize for Good label recognizes responsible innovation and diversity-supporting operations.
The label applies to all initiatives that include sustainability development goals as a core component.
We support our clients to make them aware of societal expectations regarding their actions.
This label is an opportunity for our clients to highlight their commitment and increase their visibility and impact.
How does it work
1. You want to launch a challenge that contributes to a more sustainable world? Set your goals and purposes in line with the SDGs.
2. Collaborate with the internal Agorize sustainability team to establish a plan to reach the Ago for Good criterias throughout your project.
We will look together at the different stages of your challenge; set-up, application, and post-challenge to ensure each contribute to the SDGs.
3. Join our label, launch your challenge, and gain greater exposure.
Agorize for Good aims to
all organisations such as companies, institutions, foundations or NGOs innovate in a more cooperative and sustainable way
to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by facilitating a new era of Open Innovation
in order to tackle the planet's urgent issues as we believe the best ideas come from everywhere and everyone
Engage your stakeholders on society's challenges
you want to tackle
Collaborate with entrepreneurs who are changing the world
Build a sustainable brand in emerging markets. Source local solutions. Develop projects that are relevant to your company.
Build a community of changemakers around your core missions
Whether you want to focus on a location, a pain point, or a population, you can unite your stakeholders to innovate collaboratively.
Define your mission with your employees and your clients
Share a culture of positive transformations. Provide your employees with the opportunity to design your company’s future.
Launch your innovation program for a good initiative
The Campus 2030 Challenge is an international challenge that brings together students, university researchers and professors around a common goal: making the sustainable campus a reality.
Participants imagine how these sites can be socially, economically and environmentally sustainable, through the submission of their project.
The jury is notably composed of members of the United Nations (UNRIC) and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF).