The company consolidates its commitment to social responsibility by joining this entity that is a leader in Spain and Latin America.
Vía Célere, a real estate company specializing in the development, investment and management of residential assets, has become the first Spanish real estate developer to join Forética, the leading association in the promotion of good business practices and sustainability. Through this partnership, Vía Célere shows its commitment to CSR in all areas of its company, based on its commitment to innovation, to promote a more sustainable construction, be involved in those social priorities related to building and serve as an ethical model and good governance within the sector.
Its recent incorporation in Forética will provide Vía Célere with innovative solutions to the daily challenges of its management in CSR, while serving as a meeting point for the acquisition of knowledge and experience through the Forética partner network. , Via Célere aims to become an engine of change, exercising as leaders of a model of social innovation within the real estate sector, more in line with the values of modernity, efficiency, and sustainability demanded by today’s society. For Fernando Riaño, Chairman of the Board of Directors, “the incorporation of Via Célere to Forética is a clear sign of its commitment to sustainability.” The Board of Directors of our association welcomes this company, which Forética will be able to provide trends and innovative tools in the social, environmental and good governance areas, to maximize their positive contribution in the field of sustainability “. In the words of Juan Antonio Gómez Pintado, Vía Célere’s president,” social responsibility must play a key role in the We are convinced that the partnership with Forética will highlight our commitment to transparency, society, and sustainability and we hope that it opens the way for a greater involvement of the entire sector in something so fundamental.”
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