Soon Mee Kim, EVP Global Inclusion & Diversity Leader at Porter Novelli and member of the ColorComm Board of Advisors, will host this week's Office Hours on 'Coming Together in the Age of COVID-19'. Don't miss this candid discussion about her personal experiences and actions we can take during this difficult time.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve on a daily and almost hourly basis, it is an “all-hands-on-deck” situation to mitigate the health crisis that requires government, nonprofits, business and individual citizens to act and support. As we all seek to better understand how companies can be a positive force during uncertain times, we’ve rounded up a few examples of companies stepping up to support coronavirus mitigation:
According to the Gun Violence Archive, a nonpartisan group that attempts to track every incident of gun violence in the country, there were 418 mass shootings in the United States last year. With the U.S. holding the title for more public mass shootings than any other country globally, increasingly, Americans are looking to all stakeholders to solve the gun violence epidemic.
This week, business executives, nonprofit leaders, government officials and issue advocates met in National Harbor, Maryland for the annual 3BL Forum. The theme of the conference was “Brands Taking Stands – What’s Next” and dove into how brands and organizations can continue to push forward on the world’s most pressing social and environmental issues by digging in on activism, engagement and activation. Here are a few key takeaways we took from the event:
MacAfee Recognized for Inspirational Leadership and Driving Social and Environmental Impact for Clients, Partners and Porter Novelli
WASHINGTON, October 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Brad MacAfee, chief executive officer of Porter Novelli, has been named CR Magazine’s 2019 Responsible CEO of the Year: Brands Taking Stands™ Leadership. In its 12th year, the Responsible CEO of the Year award series recognizes corporate leaders who have demonstrated – personally and through their organizations – a bold commitment to social responsibility and sustainability.
CSR reporting reached an all-time high this year with 86 percent of companies in the S&P 500 publishing reports. It’s no surprise that with reporting becoming more mainstream, companies are increasingly looking for ways to break through the noise and standout. Here are the top ten trends we’re seeing this reporting season: