February was an important month in relation to celebrating the fantastic CSR and sustainability initiatives from businesses in Ireland. We would like to congratulate in particular the member companies that have received the Green Awards and that have featured in the Best Places to Work 2018 list.
Feargal O’Rourke Managing Partner of PwC talks about the benefits of going for and achieving the Business Working Responsibly mark. The only independently audited standard for CSR and Sustainability in Ireland. The Mark assesses best in class corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability and looks at leadership, policies, practices, performance, and impact in areas such
On the second week in January the 54th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition took place in the RDS Dublin. This is now the 17th consecutive year for the global communications company, BT, to run, organise and sponsor the Exhibition. Resulting in one of the islands largest and longest standing education CSR efforts on record.
Is consumer behaviour the key to a sustainable food future? Is Ireland taking its environmental responsibilities and commitments seriously? These, along with Brexit and CAP, were topics that were debated last week during the third Great Agri-Food Debate in Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT).The event, organised by Dawn Meats and McDonald’s Ireland, saw students from
KBC Bank Ireland runs a Sustainability programme which shares a vision for better, brighter communities, supports innovation, strives for long-term sustainable impact and builds a culture within KBC that reflects the Bank of You, their brand proposition to customers in the Irish market. KBC Bank drives this vision through four diverse focus domains: entrepreneurship, financial
HEINEKEN has recently announced its ‘Drop the C’ programme for renewable energy. With ‘Drop the C’ the company aims to grow its share of renewable thermal energy and electricity in production from the current level of 14% to 70% by 2030. HEINEKEN wants to drive a real change towards renewable energy and will therefore not
Business in the Community Ireland is growing, we are looking for a CSR Adviser to join our Membership Services Team and a Career Counsellor to join our Business Action on Employment team. Check out these roles currently advertised on our careers page. This is a great opportunity to work for Ireland’s only dedicated network to sustainability and CSR.
We kick off our first In Conversation of 2018 with no less than our CEO Tomás Sercovich. In this feature Tomás provides great insights into the current state of sustainability and business in Ireland, they key areas businesses should be focusing on and why. Delighted to welcome you as our new CEO. What are