Since its inception in 2000, the mission of Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) is to harness the power of Irish business to maximise its positive impact on all its stakeholders. It is a non-profit organisation specialising in advice and guidance to leading companies on corporate responsibility and corporate community involvement. At present we have
Since its inception in 2000, the mission of Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) is to harness the power of Irish business to maximise its positive impact on all its stakeholders. It is a non-profit organisation specialising in advice and guidance to leading companies on corporate responsibility and sustainability practices. A business driven network, with
Drawing on almost 15 years’ experience, we at Business in the Community Ireland have witnessed first-hand a real change in the attitudes of Irish companies towards trust, reputation and being a sustainable business.
Welcome to our 8th annual flagship Responsible Business Week! Responsible Business Week is aimed at generating awareness around responsible and sustainable business practices in Ireland. It is the key time of the year for our members to get involved in communicating about their own CSR initiatives and plan activities to generate awareness with their
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) has confirmed a major Corporate Responsibility (CR) conference exploring and inspiring responsible and sustainable business practices
Hundreds of professionals from some of Ireland’s leading businesses such as Bord Gáis Networks, Diageo Ireland, ESB, IBM Ireland, Tesco
As part of our mission to inspire companies to adopt best practice in Corporate Responsibility and help them benchmark their activities in this area, Business in the Community Ireland has published the report“Making consistent impact: Environmental Trends, Best Practice and Supports” which highlights the trends, challenges, best practices and behaviours of our members in relation
Every year many of our member companies participate in Responsible Business Week. This year the week will take place from the 10th to the 14th November and will be launched on Friday the 7th with a special e-zine. Responsible Business Week is a key platform to raise awareness about your Corporate Responsibility practices by engaging
This year marks a very special occasion – the launch of a national campaign called College Awareness Week ( www.collegeaware.ie ) which will be held from November 24-30. The campaign encourages individuals and organisations to spread the word that going to college and having a post-secondary plan is both important and achievable. The campaign is being
Last week saw another step towards mainstreaming responsible and sustainable business practices.
The need to rebuild trust and reputation and reinforce transparency and accountability after these challenging times is crucial and values must be placed firmly at the core of every company’s operations. The Responsible Business Forum is Ireland’s largest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) conference and it aims to explore business challenges of the future, hear from companies who have