Brand reputations are made or lost during times of crisis.
With the U.S. economy shut down to slow the spread of coronavirus, many companies have gone dark with multiple stakeholders. Others have tightly confined external messaging to COVID-19 or environmental, social and governance (ESG) topics.
3BL Media has provided a platform for hundreds of purpose-driven companies active in the response to the pandemic.
On March 16, 2020, as the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was being realized across the globe, 3BL Media began waiving fees for the use of CSRwire as business leaders stepped forward to help.
As we start a new work week, many of us are still wrapping our heads around the reality that we’ve awakened to a much different world than the one we knew just a few days ago. Many of our colleagues are working remotely while their children stay home with them as schools shutter worldwide. All of us are concerned about our older family and friends, to whom COVID-19 poses the greatest risk.
TriplePundit, which has covered the business of doing better since 2005, will invite the sustainability and corporate responsibility community into its newsroom April 1 in a virtual open house. Registration isfree and open now.
An impactful conversation starts when people come together to share their unique ideas and insights with one another—that’s why speakers are so integral to the 3BL Forum experience.
By convening corporate executives, ESG professionals, thought leaders and more, 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands® – Business Elects to Lead brings together leading voices from a variety of industries to address “the why” and “the how” behind major environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges.
Being bold, being innovative, being ethical:Either one of these attributes, let alone all three of them, would be ideal to have in a leader.
That’s why the awardees of 3BL Media’s Responsible CEO of the Year Awards and Lifetime Achievement Awardare all so unique — the recipients of these honors represent the best in bold and innovative leadership on environmental, social and governance issues.
More than 77% of Consumers say they are motivated by Companies' Commitment to Making the World a Better Place
COLUMBUS, Ga., January 3, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- According to the 2019 Aflac Survey on Corporate Social Responsibility, consumers and investors reflect a distinct and growing tendency to increase pressure on American corporations when it comes to serving the social good. The fifth edition of the Aflac CSR Survey finds, among other things, that consumers and investors expect companies to take a stand, but not the wrong one, and will forgive missteps, but only conditionally.