Cybercrime was estimated in 2014 to cost the global economy upwards of $575 billion annually. Earlier this year, Time Warner Cable Business Class conducted its second annual small business technology survey and found that 27% of respondents said securing their network from external threats is their biggest technology challenge today.
Join speakers from Benevity, Google, 92Y and Triple Pundit
"Giving Tuesday," celebrated after the retail extravaganza of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, has grown into an incredible movement in a short period of time. It proves to us that individuals are hungry for opportunities to give back. So what if it wasn't just one day a year? What if the Giving Tuesday movement grew into a rallying cry of giving back to one's community every day of the year? And how can companies help lead the charge and foster a culture of mass participation in giving and volunteering throughout the year?
It’s likely that you – or at least your Twitter feed – noticed that yesterday was #GivingTuesday. This effort first took place in 2012 as a global day dedicated to sparking more generosity during the holiday season, on the heels of the consumption-focused events of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Over the past four years, #GivingTuesday has become a global movement that has inspired millions of individuals to open their hearts and wallets and give to important causes.
What happens when employee engagement and social impact converge? What are the six key factors that every leader should know when developing or managing an employee engagement or workplace giving program? How can you stay on top of emerging trends that are shaping the field of workplace philanthropy? How can you engage the next generation and meet your company’s social impact goals?
Four Detroit-based minority-owned small businesses receiving $325,000 in loans are providing lighting, construction and retail services from the city’s neighborhoods to downtown
Detroit, December 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The Detroit Development Fund (DDF), JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) today announced the first four Detroit-based minority-owned small businesses receiving loans and lines of credit from the Entrepreneurs of Color (EOC) Fund. The lending from this $6.5 million program is going to Detroit-based neighborhood businesses owned by entrepreneurs of color and businesses that primarily hire people of color.
IBM and the Peace Corps have entered a landmark public-private partnership that will combine the strengths of both organizations to benefit communities around the world. Through this partnership, IBM Corporate Service Corps participants will serve in short-term, high-impact pro bono consulting assignments through the Peace Corps Response program. The partnership's combination of grassroots networks with multinational reach will help speed essential assistance to where it's needed most.
Roadtrip Nation and its curriculum are all about engaging students with the future and helping them explore the various career pathways open to them. In support of that mission, 4 of us loaded into an RV and have been touring the country since early October, visiting high schools and putting on special assemblies to talk to students about how they want to live their lives.
More than 8,000 Shelf-Stable Meals for Thousands of Senior Citizens
BOSTON, December 2, 2015 /3BL Media/ – BAYADA Home Health Care, a trusted leader in providing high quality home health care services at home for children and adults of all ages, has collaborated with CBS EcoMedia through its WellnessAd program to support the second annual Meals on Wheels America’s Massachusetts Emergency Relief Program.