Early Birds tickets are now on sale for a limited period of time so here‚Äôs just 3 reasons why you should make sure you book your place: 1) Hear from 14+ CEOs, C-Suite and Thought Leaders at our inspirational plenary sessions. Some of the speakers include: Penny Hughes CBE, Non-Executive Director, RBS¬ , Andrew Hastings,
” We welcome the CSR Forum and are delighted to see so many stakeholders from the private and public sector engaging on this important topic.
We invite you to learn how the Business Working Responsibly Mark can measure the impact of your company‚Äôs sustainable and responsible business practices. Based on ISO 26000, The Business Working Responsibly Mark certifies your responsible and sustainable business practices.¬ Audited by the NSAI, it not only gives third party endorsement of your practices, it crucially
The special annual event for the CEOs of our member companies took place on Wednesday June 18th. Our network dedicated to supporting responsible businesses has been growing steadily since our founding in 2000 and this event brought the CEOs of Ireland‚Äôs largest companies, together for a private annual networking event. CEOs heard keynote
Last month, a new website was launched by a consortium of non-profit organisations as a response to what‚Äôs been discussed about charities in the media. The website www.goodcharity.ie is an excellent resource and gives you a set of questions to ask before you support a particular charity. This website is a direct response to the negative
The Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton, T.D. last month launched Diageo Ireland‚Äôs Learning for Life initiative at a special ceremony in the Guiness Storehouse. Learning for Life is a new programme that seeks to provide real employment opportunities in the hospitality and tourism industry for young people in Dublin 8. Learning for Life helps
Six Nations Winning Head Coach, Joe Schmidt, and Enactus Ireland Chairman, Terence O‚ÄôRourke, announced UCD as the winners of the prestigious 2014 Enactus Ireland National Competition for their project Generation Accommodation. Generation Accommodation seeks to match students who can‚Äôt afford to pay rent with elderly people living alone The winning team led by Aoife Buckley
Calcutta Run 2014 On May 17th 2014, the Calcutta Run event took place in the Phoenix park with over 1,200 people raising vital funds for homeless young people through the Peter McVerry Trust and GOAL. Over 160 A&L Goodbody people took part in the event as either participants or volunteers. In the lead up to
Rental Ô¨Ārm Enterprise Rent-A-Car recently promoted seven women to management roles, bringing the proportion of women at that level to 36 per cent. In what is traditionally considered a male-dominated industry, the company is making a conscious effort to bring female graduates on board and ensure that they rise-up through the ranks, according to Leslee
This week, Business in the Community Ireland will be featured at a number of breakfast seminars in collaboration with the southern waste management office as part of the EPA sponsored, Green Enterprise Programme, CSR for SMEs.