KPMG programme recognised at CSR Doing Good Awards

This year, for the third time, PPH Media announced its CSR Doing Good Award competition with the aim of raising awareness about the importance of corporate social responsibility.

KPMG’s entry “Ticket to Pride” won the Special Mention Award. Organised by the KPMG Global Services Hungary team, it showcases KPMG’s diversity, inclusive and team-centred work community.

IMAGE: Zsuzsa Illés, Gabriella Liptay and Gabriel Mérő-Santucci receiving the Special Mention Award at PPH Média’s CSR Doing Good Awards

Our Impact Plan, which sets out KPMG’s global ESG objectives and also serves as a guideline for KPMG in Hungary, is built on four pillars: Planet, People, Prosperity and Governance.

A key element of the People pillar is to foster the development of an inclusive and diverse corporate culture built on trust, where everyone feels safe and can thrive and be successful. In line with these goals, the Ticket to Pride programme series, linked to Pride Month 2022, raised awareness among colleagues about the importance of LMBTQ+ acceptance and an open corporate culture, through various activities.

One of the highlights was the “Come as You Are” art exhibition at KPMG’s head office in Budapest, which was not only open to employees, but, from time to time, to the public too. The programmes concluded with taking part in the Budapest Pride procession. The management’s ongoing support demonstrated real commitment towards the topic, and has been an example to colleagues.

In addition to the CSR Doing Good Awards, the programme running under the umbrella name of Ticket to Pride, with the “Come as You are” contemporary art exhibition at its focus, won several awards, such as the Art is Business Award, and the Marketing Diamond Awards.