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Pilot training of the INTEREST project at WUEB, the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, had 3 tracks (traditional and online): lectures for full-time participants; lectures for part-time participants; and individual consultation hours with the trainer.
This piloting process has been very successful as 52 Integrated Reports have been generated and collected in Poland thanks to the INTEREST project!
The 3 tracks: 
  • lectures for full-time participants (15 hours) that started February 23rd and finished April 6th 2022; 
  • lectures for part-time participants (8 hours) that started February 26th and finished March 26th 2022; 
  • individual consultation hours with the trainer (25 hours) that started March 7th and finished June 10th 2022.
All these meetings had mixed forms: online and traditional. 
Participants created 52 working groups. The size of the working groups varied from three to six persons. 
The groups created 52 integrated reports (63% were prepared in English, whereas the rest were in Polish). 
The integrated reports were evaluated based upon three criteria, including merit-related content, fulfilment of formal requirements, and visual value. 
The five best-integrated reports were awarded at the INTEREST Multiplier event: 
  • Safety Logistics (official partner and distributor of the Swedish company Troax offering warehouse fencing and mesh panels), 
  • Eco Harpoon Recycling (enterprise specializing in waste processing and recycling of plastic packages); 
  • J.H. Kamieniarz Henryk Kamieniarz (family business supplies farms with spare parts for agricultural machinery and products for plant and livestock breeding); 
  • Lagoon (service enterprise providing top quality, environmentally friendly laundry services); 
  • Machela (bakery offering mixed wheat-rye bakery products, small wheat bakery products and semi-confectionery products).
According to the participants of the pilot training in Poland, data gathering and materiality assessment were the most challenging issues in the integrated reporting process.
Most of the participants assessed the trainer and delivered educational materials very high.


Dr. Péter Soltész and László Varga
BBS - Budapest Business School
29-31 Markó Street,
H-1055 Budapest, Hungary
INTEREST project
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