Sustainable Brands ’14 London – Brands are forming a new conception of what’s possible and looking for opportunities to re-design every aspect of their business. Doing less bad is not enough in tomorrow’s economy. Brand leaders today are seeking regenerative business models that create positive net impact.
Posted by Morgan Stanley Community Links Teams Members, London
Stepping off the London tube in Canning Town and making our way to Community Links head office to deliver our final presentation felt like a very different journey to the one we made seven weeks earlier.
Well what a fantastic year it has been in the British Innovation Gateway (BIG) programme — Cisco’s initiative to discover, support, and accelerate innovation and growth amongst tech-based “start ups” across the UK.
Sustainability experts often talk about the need for — and opportunities in — embedding systems thinking and sustainability-driven innovation into every aspect of a business. It sounds quite sexy, but it very often is a long and messy process that takes years, even at companies whose executives ‘get it’ (and that is still a small minority of companies, mind you).
We had a goal: we wanted to get 500 Scripps Networks Interactive employees to participate in our yearly Volunteer Day. But you know we like to give it our all – we had almost 800 (780 to be exact) volunteers giving their time and resources to help Change the World for dozens of organizations across the country and globe!
Industry executives convening in London this November to explore brand success through environmental and social innovation
SAN FRANCISCO, July 31, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Sustainable Brands® announced today that the Sustainable Brands London conference is set to convene November 18-19, 2013 at the Lancaster London. The conference theme, From Revolution to Renaissance, will focus on positive shifts currently taking place in product and service innovation and marketing,
Police and first responders face significant challenges and need to act fast based on available information. With the emerging Big Data revolution, decision makers in police enforcement are looking at real-time intelligence, at their finger-tips, to successfully save lives.