Archives: 2012

Trash to Cash Shortlist announced

rx3 in partnership with Business in the Community Ireland and the Science Gallery are delighted to announce the shortlist for Trash to Cash 2012/2013. As part of this year’s competition a number of Business in the Community members including Abbott Cootehill, Abbott Sligo, Bord na Mona, Glanbia and Vodafone identified waste streams for students to use


Over 150 CEOs gathered for our 5th Annual CEO Forum 17th October

The Business in the Community Ireland annual CEO forum is a high level breakfast event where CEOs of top companies gather to discuss key trends in sustainability and how companies can transform to sustainable business models. Last October 140 CEOs gathered to discuss sustainability issues and this year was our biggest forum yet.This high profile


BT Ireland’s Connected Communities is nominated for the Chambers Ireland’s Corporate Social Responsibility Awards

Thursday September 27th, 2012: The Chambers Ireland’s Corporate Social Responsibility Awards is taking place tonight. BT a member company and partner for The EPIC Programme , is nominated under the Excellence in Community- Community Programme category for the Connected Communities Programme. IT skills are essential for immigrants when applying for jobs or education courses and since 2008 BT has


BITCI Hack the Green Economy Conference- Science Gallery, Wednesday July 25th

The Hack the Green Economy conference, held on 25th July in the Science Gallery, Dublin, set out to examine some of the emerging trends in sustainability and ask how they will affect Irish business. The event explored some of the next steps on the sustainability agenda, in particular future developments in the area of integrated


Job Advertisement: Training and Employment Officer- The EPIC Programme: Business in the Community Ireland

Monday August 13th 2012: An opportunity has arisen in the EPIC Programme for a specified purpose contract for a Training and Employment Officer starting on September 2012 and based in Dublin City Centre. The Training and Employment Officer will assist clients accessing the EPIC Programme by Assessing the employment training needs of individual clients. Developing an individualised