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Equinix is a US-based company that connects the world’s leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the world’s most connected data centers in 44 markets across five continents. They launched an international giving and volunteering program with Benevity in 2016, and the results have been impressive. Their 2016 one-month annual Impact Month campaign saw donations jump by 50%, while participation grew by 62%, and volunteer hours increased by 72% year-over-year versus 2015 (before they rolled out their international program).
With his natural affinity for interacting with people and an interest in the casino industry, James Chong was drawn to a position in Player Development after hearing of various job opportunities at Marina Bay Sands. Initially a Supervisor in the Public Area Department (PAD), he decided to apply for a transfer.
Filmmaker Vern Oakley talks authenticity and corporate responsibility video storytelling
By Dave Armon
When I travel to Northampton, Massachusetts, to spend time at 3BL Media’s headquarters, I invariably walk away smarter about the way corporate social responsibility and sustainability communicators do their jobs.
My colleagues on 3BL Media’s media consultant team work closely with clients, publishing content and reporting back on the effectiveness of various media types.
While some content types ebb and flow in popularity, video remains a reliable performer.
Several Ingersoll Rand leaders and managers are making important sustainability contributions to the Compressed Air and Gas Institute's (CAGI) work in support of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The DOE has focused its efforts on regulatory action on efficiency standards for air compressors and the establishment of test procedures that determine if compressors meet those standards.
ACCP, as is tradition, looks to the leaders in corporate social responsibility to help shape the agenda for ACCP: The Conference.
ORLANDO, Fla., July 21, 2017 /3BL Media/ - ACCP, as is tradition, looks to the leaders in corporate social responsibility to help shape the agenda for ACCP: The Conference.
To ensure The Conference offers timely, relevant, and meaningful sessions, ACCP has an open RFP process. The time remaining to submit is short. Go here for details. RFPs will be accepted through COB August 4th, 2017.
by Christopher Wellise, Senior Director, Sustainability & Social Innovation
Businesses must adapt and innovate now more than ever – and in order to truly be successful, it cannot be done in a vacuum. As we all know, business can be immensely successful when it listens to its audience and has the ability to quickly turn ideas into action. It’s these ideas that in turn can change lives.
I recently had the opportunity to attend the 2017 International Society of Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) Conference in Vienna, hosting the world’s largest gathering of innovation management professionals.