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Collaboration for Impact: Leader Interview Series

More and more organisations are seeking to achieve a greater social and environmental impact through collaboration with others. Our new series of interviews explores the different types of collaborations and relationships which organisations are engaging in, in order to address big issues and deliver long-term change. We explore both the successes and challenges, whilst also providing some top tips for delivering effective collaborations.

Click onto the recordings below to access exclusive interviews with RELX Group, Singtel, IHS Markit, Kellogg’s and CARE International. This interview series forms the prelude to a new research report which Corporate Citizenship will launch at the beginning of March. If you would like to be notified once the report has been published, please contact us.

RELX Group is a multinational information and analytics company headquartered in London. They provide information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries.

Singtel is a Singaporean telecommunications company which provides a range of services including fixed, mobile, data, internet, TV, infocomms technology (ICT)  and digital solutions.

IHS Markit provides information and analysis to support the decision-making process of businesses and governments in industries such as aerospace, defence and security; automotive; chemical; energy; maritime and trade; and technology.

Kellogg Company is a multinational food manufacturing company which produces cereal and convenience foods including cookies, crackers and cereal bars.

CARE is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects.

For further information about the interview series, or if you would like to talk to one of the team about developing your collaborative programmes please get in touch via email, or call us directly on +44 (0)20 7861 1616.

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