Bacardi

The Business World Pledges Help to Areas Affected by Recent Hurricanes

(3BL Media/Justmeans) This hurricane season has proven to be an extremely active—and destructive—one. Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area, causing an estimated $180 billion in damages. Then Hurricane Irma hit the Caribbean and Florida, wreaking havoc in those areas. And Hurricane Maria has caused tremendous devastation in Puerto Rico, knocking out power across the entire island.

Bacardi Is Good At Employee Engagement

(3BL/JustMeans) A company that focuses on doing good will have increased employee engagement. And employee engagement helps companies retain top talent. Almost 60 percent of employees who are proud of their company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) are engaged at work, according to Double the Nation, which works with schools and non-profit organizations to increase fundraising.

How the "No Straw Pledge" Prevents Landfill and Ocean Waste

(3BL/JustMeans) Bacardi pledged to stop serving straws last year at company events. The company known for its rum began its "no straw pledge" at its North America regional headquarters office in Coral Cables, Florida and its Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstoke Mill in Hampshire, England.

Bacardi Limited’s‭ ‬42BELOW Vodka Brand Makes Soap From Cocktail Lemons

(‬3BL Media/Justmeans‭) — ‬Cutting down on waste requires companies to be innovative.‭ ‬That‭’‬s something vodka brand‭ ‬42BELOW knows all about.‭ ‬A company owned by Bacardi Limited,‭ ‬42BELOW‭ ‬has‭ ‬launched a line of soap made from recycled cocktail lemons,‭ ‬the first of its kind.‭ ‬It signed up bars across Australia and New Zealand to collect the used lemons and fruit used in‭ ‬their‭ ‬cocktails and send them to the company’s lab‭ ‬that

Bacardi Asks Consumers To Hold the Straws

Why would a liquor company have a no straw initiative? The answer is simple. Bacardi Limited knows that those little plastic tubes are bad for the environment. In the U.S. alone, 500 million straws are used daily. That’s enough to fill over 127 school buses every day, or over 46,400 school buses a year. Most straws are made from plastic, which is not biodegradable. 

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