The range of women’s jeans will be available across the UK and Europe from €17 Important step towards Primark’s aim for all cotton used in their products to be sustainably sourced Primark’s sustainable cotton uses more natural farming methods, including minimising the use of chemical pesticides and fertilisers and reducing water consumption, as well as
Global resource management company, Veolia, is now working in partnership with Irish Water to develop and operate a new 75 million litres per day water treatment plant at Vartry, Co Wicklow. Designed to meet the growing and future needs of the population of Dublin the new plant will secure the existing supply and forms part
Musgrave MarketPlace, Ireland’s leading wholesale supplier to retail, foodservice and SME businesses has invested significantly in the brand over the past two years which has seen Musgrave MarketPlace continue to redefine wholesale on the island of Ireland. Musgrave believes that everyone has a responsibility to leave a positive impact on the world around them and
On 2nd February, BITCI held a workshop with its members to discuss the intersection of two topics – sustainable procurement and Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs). Regardless of the type of business you are, you’re likely spending sums of money annually on products and services offered by SMEs – be it gardening
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), as the network for responsible business, identified a growing trend of large companies undertaking initiatives that support Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Hence it undertook preliminary research to explore this topic in more detail to uncover exactly the types of initiatives large companies are carrying out to support SMEs
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), as the network for responsible business, recognised a growing trend amongst its members of initiatives being implemented that are aimed at supporting Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). These initiatives aren’t driven solely by Business-to-Business (B2B) companies who would potentially have SMEs along their supply chains as both customers and
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), as the network for responsible business, identified a growing trend of large companies undertaking initiatives that support Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs).