Tony O’Malley CEO of Fujitsu Ireland 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.
PwC, together with Localise, a youth development organisation, hosted a fundraising ‘Walk & Talk”‘ fundraising event with the students from local school, St Laurence O’Toole’s, Seville Place, Dublin 1. The event was in support of The Oasis Centre, a mental health service who offer suicide intervention training, counselling services and mindfulness courses. The success of
William Fry was delighted to be involved with Incognito, a truly innovative fundraising initiative that makes art accessible to everyone while helping to provide much needed nursing and respite support for sick children and their families. The event, which ran from 4-8 April at The Solomon Gallery, Dublin, was Ireland’s largest single-gallery public art exhibition,
Matheson recently offered eight students from local inner city secondary schools the opportunity to gain work experience during their Transition Year (TY). While there is already a structured TY programme in place at Matheson, this year they decided to re-design the programme to attract a wider pool of students and show the range of jobs
The 30% Club is a voluntary movement of international companies which are committed to better gender balance at all levels of business. Comprising of CEOs and Chairs, the Group aims to achieve 30% female representation in senior management by 2020 through collaborative, business-led effort. Research shows that while 48% of junior management roles in Ireland
Veolia Ireland, experts in water, waste and energy resource management, is challenging Irish manufacturing to assess and incorporate global trends in all future planning. It comes as the company, headquartered in Glasnevin, Dublin, published its study,Â Imagine 2050: the future of water, waste and energy, this week. The paper was developed with academics and futurists
Sodexo in the UK and Ireland has banned the purchase of all plastic straws and stirrers, and committed to phase out single use plastic bags and polystyrene foam items such as cups, lids and food containers by 2020. As a company that promises to improve the quality of life of people, corporate responsibility lies at
Philly McMahon, Dublin senior footballing hero and founder of HalfTimeTalk CLG charity is calling on all voluntary and community groups throughout Dublin to make a submission for the 2018 Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards. View his story in the video below. The Awards provide funding for voluntary and community groups across Dublin to develop new
Business in the Community Ireland launches Leadersâ€™ Group on Sustainability and CEOs sign up to Low Carbon Pledge to reduce carbon emissions intensity by 50% by 2030. CEOs of Irelandâ€™s top companies have today launched The Leadersâ€™ Group on Sustainability, a business coalition dedicated to addressing the most pressing sustainability priorities as well as future opportunities for Ireland. Business in
In light of the launch of the Leaders’ Group on Sustainability and the Low Carbon Pledge our CEO TomĂˇs Sercovich shares his thoughts on the importance of collaboration and the need for businesses to rethink their business models.