On December 6th, 2016, BETC and the public territorial establishment “East United” signed the Business Charter with the goal of promoting local economic development and renewal - as part of a policy of socially responsible business.
“East United” groups together nine towns in Seine-Saint-Denis with the aim of redrawing the future of eastern Paris while supporting innovative approaches, economic development and local integration of businesses established in the area. Ever since moving here in July 2016, BETC has wanted to join the Ourcq canal integral development project and has got involved on the ground in partnership with local communities.
The Business Partnership Charter is the collaborative framework linking East United, the city of Pantin and BETC and groups together the totality of commitments made to strengthen the engagement of our business and its employees in the community.
Priority actions are: developing initiatives on local employment, insertion and disability, developing links with schools, universities and training centres, developing local sub-contracting and relationships with local small businesses, joining local initiatives, committing to sustainable development practices and contributing to the working and living environment of the business and its employees.