On May 14, Graña y Montero participated in the 22nd Business and Sustainable Development Symposium, an event organized by Perú 2021. The event sought to draw attention to the trends, stories and visions that are changing the way business is done in Peru and throughout the world.
Nuria Esparch, Corporate Manager of Institutional Relations for the Graña y Montero Group, was invited to participate in a panel called “Where are we now?”, along with Juan Carlos Tafur, psychologist and journalist; Mávila Huertas, journalist; Diego Macera, director of Instituto Peruano de Economía; and Roberto Lerner, psychologist and psychotherapist.
Here they discussed the challenges we Peruvians face in building a sustainable country. Esparch spoke about the role of the private sector and stated that companies cannot grow and be sustainable if the social, economic and political environment does not develop along with them.
He also pointed out that the keys to running Graña y Montero in order to contribute to the construction of a sustainable Peru are the commitment of the company and its people to the common good and the establishment of long-term partnerships.
In this regard, he said that companies must make a commitment to the country with the common good in mind. For that purpose, it is essential to be transparent, committed and responsible toward people and our surroundings.
He emphasized the importance of establishing partnerships that make it possible to achieve long-term objectives with a high impact in order to bring about significant change in our society.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]