The Low Carbon Pledge Collective Campaign performance review
Just announced by our CEO @TomasSercovich ! Meet the 61 companies that have signed up to our new #LowCarbonPledge committing to set #sciencebasedtargets by 2024 across their entire businesses and supply chains. #ClimateAction #Goal13 https://t.co/fpL0cqpLp7 @sciencetargets pic.twitter.com/lxVQz1LoFO — Business in the Community Ireland (@BITCIreland) March 24, 2021 Over 300 people tuned in to watch the Low Carbon Pledge webinar on 24th March with Minister Eamon Ryan, which was attended by many CEOs,
#BusinessResponseIRL reach online
Six weeks ago BITCI launched #BusinessResponseIRL in an effort to keep the spirits up and above all profile the brilliant work you are doing in these challenging times. The support you offer your colleagues, the impact you are making in your communities. We encourage all of our members to use this hashtag in your social
Launch of BITCI Webinar series
On 15th April Tomás Sercovich introduced the BITCI Webinar Series and discussed the global business response to the COVID-19 crisis alongside Senior CSR Adviser Linda O’Sullivan. If you have any feedback on the webinar content or if you have any follow up questions please get in touch by emailing your account manager. We are delighted
Diageo Opening Doors (Update)
Project Update: On Monday, August 20, 2018 BITCI members came together to discuss Diageo’s Open Doors Initiative which is intended to address barriers to employment for some of the most marginalised groups in Irish society. Attendees were provided with information regarding the commitment they would be required to make to become a founding member of
Diageo Opening Doors Initiative
We are delighted to share advance notice of an exciting new employment project that BITCI are engaging in with one of our founding member companies, Diageo. As you are possibly aware, Diageo successfully delivered their Learning for Life programme (please see here and here for more info) with a new focus on asylum seekers and migrants. They
CSR Trends 2016 Part 2
Members, welcome to the second part of the CSR Trends 2016 article . Review what your business should look out for this year and contact your Account Manager if you wish to receive further support on any of the actions recommended.
CSR Trends 2016 Part 1 What should businesses look out for?
At Business in the Community Ireland, we work with a multitude of stakeholders, from our participation in the government National Action Plan on CSR to our partnerships at international level with CSR Europe, the World Business Council and others. These key relationships enable us to be informed on the global CSR landscape, providing insights into