EuroDev has a long history of encouraging physical fitness, from sponsoring Little League teams to supporting local athletes, in the communities we operate in.
EuroDev encourages employees to volunteer their time by offering flexible work schedules and other incentives. Many of our staff members, for example, serve on boards or committees of local universities, colleges, primary schools and daycare centers.
At the beginning of 2013, a new initiative was born and the EuroDev Bootcamp quickly became a fact. A majority of employees participated in a two-months – 5 day’s a week program consisting of an early start, bootcamp with personal trainers during lunch hours and food supplements to support the extra activities. The focuss was on improving endurance and shape, losing weight and most of all to have fun as a group.
The goals set at the start have been more than met and all participating employees have indicated that they will continue with the possibilities that are provided. Arrangements have been made with a gym around the corner to facilitate us three times a week by expanding their regular opening hours. All in all, the EuroDev Bootcamp has turned out to be a very successful initiative.
EuroDev believes that sharing knowledge with internal and external stakeholders is key to our own success. For us, openness and transparency–with both our employees and our clients–are virtues whose application results in a healthier, more fulfilling corporate ecosystem.
Through the EuroDev International Business Academy, we are developing a series of stakeholder programs and workshops as well as lectures that we deliver at educational institutions and export development organizations. To find out about upcoming EuroDev International Business Academy activities, contact a Business Development representative.