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ISS A/S create new Group Head of ESG role

08 July 2024

Group Workplace Development Director, Signe Adamsen, is taking on this new challenge.

ISS A/S, a leading workplace experience and facility management company, has appointed Signe Adamsen as new Group Head of Environmental, Social, and Governance. This newly created role reflects ISS’s commitment to advancing its ambitious ESG agenda for both customers and the entire ISS organisation.   

Adamsen has been working with ISS for 13 years and has a proven track record in establishing transformative, sustainable workplace agendas that drive employee engagement, business growth, and innovation. She will step into her new role from her current position as Group Workplace Development Director. Previously, Signe Adamsen held positions as Commercial Director for SAS Asia & Pacific, Project Director at Wonderful Copenhagen, and Managing Director for Involve Learning A/S in Denmark. Signe is an employee-elected board member at ISS and was also recently elected to the board of Velliv Foreningen.

“In this new role, Signe will bring all the elements of ISS’s ESG efforts together, ensuring our initiatives are implemented according to our ambitious sustainability strategy and objectives. Signe is perfectly suited to take up this role. She combines unique insights into sustainability trends and our customers’ ESG needs with many years of practical experience of progressing workplace agendas,” said Kasper Fangel, Group CEO of ISS.

“I am immensely proud of the steps that ISS has already made in our environmental, social and governance efforts, and am excited about the opportunity to work alongside my colleagues, customers, and partners to further drive our agenda in this area. ESG is increasingly important for driving sustainable growth, building trust with our customers, enhancing our reputation, and driving long-term value for our stakeholders,” said Adamsen.

Adamsen transitioned into the role as of 1 July 2024.

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