Visitors to the Valley of Arts festival in Kapolcs had the chance to acquaint themselves with Coca‑Cola HBC’s sustainability areas at an unusual theatre performance. Gergely Kiss, three-time Olympic water polo player and Coca‑Cola's Wake Your Body Ambassador, was the guest of honour at Hungary's first sustainability report performed on stage to a full house.
Better working conditions, equal opportunities, environmental protection, improved energy utilisation - only a few of the topics that the Momentán improvisational theatre company presented on Saturday in an interactive, humorous performance to the audience of the Valley of Arts festival in Kapolcs. The staged sustainability issues were based on the results of Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary’s latest survey: the company's employees and external stakeholders - including suppliers, trading partners, non-governmental organisations, professional associations - have identified the areas where, as a responsible company, efforts should be made to continuously improve results.
“As a leading beverage producer, we strive for innovative solutions in the field of sustainability, this is how the company and the Momentán theatre company have found each other,” said Valentin Tóth, Communications Director at Coca‑Cola HBC. The improvisational theatre performance is suitable not only for presenting the results achieved by the company, but also for education related to sustainability, he added.
Gergely Kiss, three-time Olympic water polo player and Coca‑Cola’s Wake Your Body Ambassador participated in the show performed to a full house, telling the audience about his volunteering experiences and how he remained fit after retiring as a professional athlete.