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Unformatted text preview: mmunities, customers,
suppliers, shareholders, nongovernmental
organizations and public authorities.
In October 2008, in an effort to further enhance
communication as a systematic, twoway pro
cess, involving cooperation and proactive en
gagement with all stakeholders, TITAN orga
nized the 1st Stakeholders’ Forum in Greece.
This initiative was not only an innovation for both TITAN and Greece, but proved to be an
extremely valuable exercise on selfassessment
and selfimprovement. Among else, the more
extended analysis and presentation of social
and environmental footprints were adopted in
line with stakeholders’ proposals, so as to en
hance better understanding and learning from
progress achieved in all fronts. Based on the
very positive feedback of this national initia
tive, stakeholder engagement will be extended
to local communities in Greece branching out
to other regions the know how and experience
A decade of commitment to action is outlined
in this section. As we move into the next de
cade, continuous learning and selfimprove
ment, listening to and communicating with our
stakeholders, accountability and transparency
in our policies, decisions and perfor...
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- Spring '14