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  • Nana Guar

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    14th May, 2015, 9:04 am | Nana Guar

    The Future of Reporting: From Routine to Radical – Corporate Citizenship’s upcoming paper explores why and how some companies are moving away from the status quo of tried-and-tested, technical reports to using reporting as a strategic means of connecting with audience and the wider business implications. Click here to find out more.

  • Nick Jackson

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    30th April, 2015, 5:15 pm | Nick Jackson

    Flagship community programmes are NOT the dominant force in corporate responsibility today, but everyone says they want to have one. How do we explain this paradox? Nick Jackson explains how companies’ fear at focusing on a single audience is holding them back from success.

  • Corporate Citizenship

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    28th April, 2015, 5:12 pm | Corporate Citizenship

    The UK General Election is fast approaching. But do you know exactly what each party is promising in terms of responsible and sustainable business? We have put together a short quiz on the biggest pledges in sustainability. Will you win with a landslide, or end up stuck in the political wilderness?

  • Emma Upton

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    27th April, 2015, 4:43 pm | Emma Upton

    We are delighted to announce that this year Corporate Citizenship is launching the first GRI-certified training course in Singapore. GRI is the global framework used by leading global companies to report on sustainability; and in light of the recent announcement by SGX that sustainability reporting will be made mandatory for all listed companies in Singapore, there is no better time to get up to speed on reporting and GRI.

  • Emma Upton

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    24th April, 2015, 8:51 am | Emma Upton

    Corporate Citizenship Inc. is proud to announce a new strategic partnership between Corporate Citizenship Inc. and Clean Agency in North America. Over that last thirteen years, Clean Agency’s service offerings have primarily been built around environmental issues in corporate sustainability. Since 1997 Corporate Citizenship Ltd, a global business consulting firm in London, New York, San Francisco, Santiago, and Singapore, has been advising companies on corporate responsibility using simplified approaches to deliver long-term value for business and society. Click to read more.

  • Corporate Citizenship

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    15th April, 2015, 9:55 am | Corporate Citizenship

    The UK General Election is fast approaching on 7 May. But what will it mean for corporate responsibility (CR) and sustainability professionals? As each party releases its manifesto in the run-up to the election, Corporate Citizenship will examine each through a sustainability lens.

  • Nick Jackson

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    2nd April, 2015, 1:45 pm | Nick Jackson

    Flagship programmes will become increasingly prominent as they are one of the most effective vehicles to demonstrate the business and social returns on investment of corporate social investment activities. Nick Jackson takes us through nine considerations for all social investment professionals.

  • Emma Upton

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    1st April, 2015, 12:36 pm | Emma Upton

    As companies are increasingly required to demonstrate the business and social returns on investment of their social investment activities, the latest research undertaken by Corporate Citizenship indicates a clear trend towards flagship programmes.

  • Charlie Ashford

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    23rd March, 2015, 11:53 am | Charlie Ashford

    Apple aims to help medical research by turning iPhone users into lab rats. Charlie Ashford argues that apps aren’t the solution to every problem.

  • Oren Jaffe

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    16th March, 2015, 1:26 pm | Oren Jaffe

    It is simply not enough in today’s world to just set out a CSR policy or a supplier code of conduct or total up the number of sustainability initiatives in the supply chain and think you are doing the right thing. The days of accountability by case study are fading fast. Companies must actually do the work and invest the capital to create lasting (and profitable) change in their supply chains. Click here to find out more about de-coding supply chain sustainability