Mattias Iweborg – Co-founder and CEO

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11120 Stockholm


Mattias Iweborg is the founder and managing director of Enact. He has worked as an international advisor within the field of responsible business and sustianability for the past 17 years. He has assisted numerous multinational companies and organisations from most industries across the private and public sector in Europe, Asia and Africa. He has supported a large range of clients with strategy development and implementation, linking the core business of the organization to sustainability, building the internal capacity to implement strategies, risk management, supply chain management, brand development, reputation management and all aspects of non-financial reporting. Mattias has deep expertise and experience in sustainability frameworks and guidelines such as the GRI, the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles for Human Rights.

Mattias has an extensive background in stakeholder engagement and has built and helped implement stakeholder engagement programs for large multinationals in the Nordics and beyond. He also has a long experience in capacity building in multicultural environments, both in development of training programs, seminars and workshops, and as a facilitator and trainer of trainers. For many years he has been the main sustainability expert of the Swedish institute management programme for sustainable business and responsible leadership. In this capacity, he has both trained and advised more than 400 managers from the all sectors of society from 19 different countries including China, India, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Rwanda, the Baltic states and Tanzania.

Mattias has worked actively with business and human rights since 2001, when he and Volvo Cars launched a global diversity initiative together with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.  He has since then started a number of international business initiatives on issues such as human rights, discrimination, social issues, but also climate change.