We are delighted to announce our first workshop this year from the Effective Community Engagement series named Cornerstones of Successful Corporate Community Programmes. The event will be held on Tuesday 28thFebruary, 10.00 – 12.00 and it will be facilitated by Louise Murray , Senior CR Adviser
Free information session on the Business Working Responsibly Mark [Now fully booked] The Mark of a great company-will yours be next? Business in the Community Ireland has developed the Business Working Responsibly Mark. Audited by the NSAI and based on ISO 26000, this all-encompassing scheme certifies responsible and sustainable business practices. Business in the Community
Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs has twice been named among Time Magazine’s 100 most influential world leaders and was called by the New York Times, “probably the most important economist in the world” and by Time Magazine “the world’s best known economist”.
The Business in the Community Ireland annual CEO Breakfast Forum is a high-level breakfast event where we will announce the companies who have achieved The Business Working Responsibly Mark Independently audited by the NSAI and based on ISO 26000 it certifies responsible and sustainable business practices.
On June 9th, we launched our new Biodiversity Framework at a workshop for our members. Biodiversity has been a strategic focus for Business in the Community Ireland since 2014, when an Environment Review revealed it as the area companies did least on. We’re determined to bring biodiversity up from the bottom of the pack, which
Our network dedicated to support responsible businesses has been growing steadily since our founding in 2000 and we want to bring you, the CEOs and leaders of Ireland’s largest companies, together for a private networking event.This exclusive networking event for the CEOs of our member companies is to showcase how business is embedding corporate responsibility
We are holding a biodiversity workshop on Thursday 9th June for our member companies to explore in depth the variety of ways that businesses can engage with nature through their CSR programmes. Here are five things any company can do for biodiversity.
Business Impact Map shows Irish companies contributed over €27 million to charities and community groups in 2015 Fifty one socially minded Irish companies have formed over 7200 community links and donated over €27 million in cash donations, in-kind donations and employee fundraising to local charities and community groups. This information is being captured by
Getting your CSR and Sustainability messages through to employees, consumers and clients is not easy. People are on the move, busy and swamped with data and competing priorities. But your community, environment or other sustainability achievements are important.We know they can have a positive impact on your reputation, can support your positioning as an employer