The Sustainability Professionals Institute of Nigeria (SPIN) has announced that its 2023 cohort induction ceremony will be held on Thursday, February 2, 2023.
According to the report, the ceremony is to mark the formal welcome of new members to the sustainability fold and also provide an opportunity for intending members to get an insight into the institution and the accompanying benefits.
The event, which is themed “Partnership for Sustainable Development, The Journey So Far”, will be a hybrid event hosted physically at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and live-streamed for remote audiences from 11am to 2pm via the zoom virtual platform.
In a statement by the institution’s Communications Executive, Cima Sholotan, he said: “The induction ceremony is a further testament to the institution’s resolve to champion the course for sustainability development in Nigeria by encouraging more professionals to incorporate sustainability practices in their everyday living, further redefining corporate, social responsibility and fostering enhanced economic, environmental, social, and governance practices in Nigeria.”
She explained that this would be the institution’s first induction ceremony as an institute since its transformation from an association and adopting the Sustainability Professionals Institute of Nigeria (S.P.I.N) as its new name in October, 2022.
She concluded that this will also be the institution’s second induction ceremony since its official launch in November, 2020.
SPIN provides its members with a platform to showcase professional contribution and impact; an opportunity to associate with other thought leaders to accelerate sustainable development in the country; access to global platforms for growth and career development; reputation enhancement; access to internal SPIN thought leadership articles, and opportunity to be a SPIN course developer and facilitator.
The membership also guarantees a professional image designation on the website and creates a clear career path for sustainability professionals in the country.