Daniel Antal, co-founder of Reprex will participate in the panel about on Thursday, November the 24th at 3.15pm about environment and sustainability in the music industry and introduce Eviota, our simplified, connected financial and sustainability reporting tool.
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You can get a free, total value chain based sustainability report.
Find out how want to measure better with surveys gender diversity across Europe. And try our test surveys in English or Italian. (Links will go live on 24 November.)
We will demonstrate how you can eradicate packaging waste from your music events by making the packaging edible.
Our solution benefits the music MSMEs and CSOs in several ways:
The European Commission estimates that the cost of connecting sustainability and finanical reporting will cost on average €10,000 for corporations. We want to bring down the voluntary reporting costs for MSMEs below €500 euro to benefit from green loans, green insurance and other green financing.
It provides them with a size adequate sustainability management and reporting tool that helps first the management of greenhouse gas emissions, and later sustainable water use, pollutions, biodiversity, and recycling in their entire value chain (for example, it flags environmental risks in the supply base of a festival including equipment rentals, transport, security firms, catering facilities, etc.) by connecting standard accounting documents of the MSME with SNA and EEA science based benchmarks.
Our system will be extendible to management of social sustainability. We are also showcasing harmonized gender inequality data collection with our other project (see below.)
Digital Music Observatory: survive in the music business without a data engineer
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We will introduce Surveyharmonies, a survey recycling and survey harmonization tool. You can participate in our international gender bias survey in January 2023. Our team will also participate in the KeyChange Creative Lab on Friday, 25 November at 11.00.
You can learn about our Listen Local project, which helps local music ecosystems remain visible on global platforms.
We will offer you a cup of tea or coffee in an edible cup.
Harmonizing surveys on gender (in)equaliaty
You can create better surveys with less cost: you only need to ask the information, or change of information, that is not included in our harmonized datasets. Shorter, better questionnaires, smaller samples sizes, huge cost savings.
When you make questionnaire-based research, you immediately get a history (the same question asked years ago) and an international comparison (the same question asked in other countries.)
Often you do not even have to pay for the survey, because somebody else has already made a similar taxpayer funded research and we can just get the data for you.