As a business owner, doing your bit to help battle climate change is good for the earth and good for your business too. Here’s how to do it on a budget.
In our increasingly eco-conscious world, consumers expect brands to be dedicated to charitable initiatives, environmental sustainability, and workers’ rights; as opposed to purely chasing profits.
Raising funds for charitable causes is not only good for your company’s bottom line, but it’s also a great motivator for staff. It’s also the right thing for a successful business to do.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and in the spirit of love and care, it’s time to think about whether your business is giving enough money to charity. The benefits are numerous and include more motivated staff, positive corporate reputation, tax benefits and a great (and ‘free’) marketing campaign that can spread stellar messages about your brand.
Missed out on raising some money for charity this Christmas? Avoid looking like a Scrooge-like CEO next year by following these simple steps to make your business more charitable, and possibly, more successful next year.
Rachel Forde argues that business owners can achieve far more if they extend their thinking beyond their own four walls.
The Lily Foundation works to support families affected by mitochondrial disease. Here, we caught up with director Sarah Povey to hear why businesses should get involved with small charities like this.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is more than just a pedestal for businesses to stand upon when wanting to express the kind of values that consumers have come to expect.
In an ideal world, everyone would be using green energy, and we’d all love to reduce our carbon footprints. Here, we explore how doing just that can go hand-in-hand with a business’ bottom line.
Radley Yeldar’s Louise Ayling counters the argument that sustainability communications are “nothing but irrelevant PR puff designed to placate stakeholders and proffer a softer, more caring side of business”.
A myriad of companies suffered crises last year that threatened, if not destroyed their reputations, which shows the importance of acting on poor corporate governance.
The Christmas rush of finalising budgets and planning office parties is firmly out of the way. It’s a time of year when many bosses start putting their corporate social responsibility plans together. But where do you begin?