CFP Green Buildings has been nominated for the King Willem I Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship. A total of twelve Dutch companies distinguishing themselves through sustainable entrepreneurship were nominated.
The selection committee, chaired by entrepreneur Anne-Marie Rehorst, selected the twelve companies in contention for the most prestigious business award in the field of sustainability in the Netherlands. The companies that received the official nomination for the King Willem I Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship 2022 are:
The main eligibility criteria for the plaque are the company’s impact on its surroundings and the environment through its sustainable use of natural resources or reduction of its environmental footprint. The company must fulfil a need for people, society and the supply chain, and also contribute to making the chain more sustainable. Additionally, the business must be economically viable.
The King Willem I Foundation awards the Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship every two years to companies that have demonstrated outstanding performance in this area. In 2020, the prize was won by beer brewery Gulp Ener.