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The National Diversity Council Announces 2018 Top 50 Women in Entertainment

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LOS ANGELES, August 1, 2018 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council announces the 2018 Top 50 Women in Entertainment, a definitive list of female executives, influencers and achievers impacting the entertainment industry. These women have reached the top of their profession and are effective leaders within their organization. They drive change, contribute to business growth, and inspire others to succeed.

PANDORA | An Ethical Brand with a Big Heart

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PANDORA releases the annual Ethics Report for 2017/18 showcasing the company’s aspirations, efforts and great results that have been achieved as part of PANDORA’s commitment to being an ethical brand with a big heart.

In 2017 we continued the growth of our business without compromising on our high ethical standards and environmentally friendly initiatives. It underlies our commitment to running a responsible business, and I believe that we are all very proud of that,” says Anders Colding Friis, CEO of PANDORA.

PANDORA's 12th My School Project

PANDORA’s longest running charity initiative allows PANDORA employees in Thailand a chance to give back to their local community.
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In some areas of Thailand, especially rural areas, school buildings can ​be run-down and filled with old equipment, which may lower the quality of education. PANDORA’s ‘My School Project’ gives employees in Thailand a chance to give back to their local communities.

Each year, PANDORA’s employees in Thailand can nominate the school that they once attended for My School Project. Once a school has been chosen, the project of both renovating and building facilities begins with the materials paid for by PANDORA.

Airbnb, Pandora, and Other CSR Innovators Share Their Experiences

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Your company is growing. What about your corporate social responsibility (CSR) program?

Bay Area companies are regarded as some of the most innovative, market-leading, and forward-thinking companies on the planet. They also pave the way for CSR and social impact, ensuring that — as business grows — they leave a positive impact on communities.

PANDORA's Sustainable Gold and Silver Cycle

These metals are so precious that they can be and have been melted down and recycled many times over - making them the perfect material choice for eco-friendly jewellery.
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  • Pure gold is far too soft to be made into anything but a brick, so it requires other base metals to stabilize it.

  • 86% of all gold and 91% of all silver used in the crafting at PANDORA’s Thai facilities in 2016 originated from recycled sources. 

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Did you know?

  • Pure gold is far too soft to be made into anything but a brick, so it requires other base metals to stabilize it.

  • 86% of all gold and 91% of all silver used in the crafting at PANDORA’s Thai facilities in 2016 originated from recycled sources. 

PANDORA’s Prize Winning Waste Management

Through continuous improvements PANDORA commits itself to minimizing the environmental impact. This has resulted in PANDORA receiving five awards in waste utilization from the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.
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At PANDORA Production Thailand, waste is seen as a resource. In 2016, 86% of the waste produced by its crafting facilities was reused or recycled. The dedicated effort put into the company’s waste management has now been rewarded by the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.

PANDORA’S My School Project

Now in its 11th consecutive year, PANDORA’s ‘My School Project’ is one of the longest running charity initiatives for the company. The initiative gives PANDORA employees in Thailand the chance to help the school they once attended.
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In some areas of Thailand, especially rural areas, school buildings can still be run-down and filled with old equipment, which may lower the quality of education. PANDORA’s ‘My School Project’ gives its employees in Thailand a chance to give back to their local communities.

Each year, PANDORA’s employees in Thailand can nominate the school that they once attended for the project. Once a school has been chosen, the project of both renovating and building facilities begins with the materials paid for by PANDORA.

Giving back to their local community

PANDORA Ranks as One of the World’s Best Employers

PANDORA ranks as number 133 in the World’s Best Employers list in the latest Global 2000 list by Forbes magazine. This places the company first in its listed country, Denmark.
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Forbes magazine has released its latest Global 2000 list, ranking publicly listed companies in over 58 countries based on four specific categories. Most notably, PANDORA has been ranked as number 133 in the World’s Best Employers list – placing the company first in its listed country, Denmark.

“Those ranking in the top of the Forbes list include huge multinational companies such as Apple and Google, so for PANDORA to be among the top 140 and the best ranked Danish company is quite an achievement,” said Claus Rasmussen, VP of Global HR at PANDORA.

A Day in Thailand

PANDORA is highly committed to providing safe, healthy and developing jobs for 13,200 people in Thailand.
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At PANDORA’s modern crafting facilities in Thailand, 13,200 people are bringing their skills, hearts and minds to work every day. This is why we are committed to ensuring a positive and inspiring workplace through a holistic approach - emphasizing not only professional but also personal opportunities.

PANDORA Turns Pink for a Good Cause

October is internationally recognised as Breast Cancer Awareness month, and PANDORA supports the cause through various local charitable initiatives across the world.
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Across the world, October is recognised as Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) month. As a brand with a big heart and a history of supporting women through charitable causes, PANDORA is donating to the cause in various markets to raise awareness for a disease that affects millions of women worldwide. Some of the markets that are supporting local charitable initiatives are, among others, the US, Brazil, Spain and Hong Kong.

“Notes of Hope” in the US

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