“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man”. Heraclitus, a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher born in in 535 BC, coined this statement, meaning that no entity may ever occupy a single state at a single time. However, his “colleague” Parmenides disagreed. Instead, he called reality “what-is”, meaning that change is simply the false appearance of a changeless, eternal reality. In short, Heraclitus believed that things exist as “processes”, while Parmenides believed that things exist as “states”.
CSRHub Co-Founder and COO, Cynthia Figge, will be a panelist at Boston College’s 2016 International Corporate Citizenship Conference. This event will be held on March 20-22nd in Atlanta, GA. Cynthia will be speaking at the Session focused on Ratings, Rankings and Data Analytics. Cynthia will be joined by Eric Fernald from MSCI and Susanne Katus from eRevalue, in a session moderated by Stephen Donofrio, BC Center for Corporate Citizenship, to discuss the landscape of how companies are measured.
“Datamaran is… probably the most efficient tool to achieve an in-depth understanding of corporate reporting ever built. The regulatory radar in particular has the potential to disrupt classical financial analysis across many sectors and asset classes. I strongly expect its information to prove financially material for corporates, advisors, and investors alike.”
eRevalue Hires New VP of Strategy for the Americas and Launches Global Partnership
July 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Why do companies that turn their customers into partners lead the pack on business innovation? “It’s simple,” says Marjella Alma, CEO and Co-Founder of eRevalue, “they share in the value created.”
With the end of the year approaching, my colleagues asked me to reflect on the last 6 months, which, in short, have been quite the ride. I may have moved to a completely new city but “life in London” thus far has involved more explorations of new technologies and books on building a lean and mean start-up than explorations of the city’s cobblestone streets and Shakespeare’s sonnets.