Chemical Safety, Driving Profits and Good Publicity for Retailers


Businesses large and small are quickly taking notice of an increasing trend in their consumer base. Millennials, who are now a large target demographic for many industries, are more likely to purchase products that are safer for them and the environment and that have been produced ethically.

VIDEO: Meet the Millennials: 2015 Cone Communications Millennial CSR Study

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The 2015 Cone Communications Millennial CSR Study confirms Millennials are universally more engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts – but that’s not nearly the end of the story.

New Cone Communications Research Confirms Millennials as America's Most Ardent CSR Supporters, But Marked Differences Revealed Among this Diverse Generation

Life-stage, gender and other key factors impact how different Millennial audiences will engage in CSR
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September 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ - From buying products associated with a cause they care about to using their online networks to amplify social and environmental messages, Millennials are universally more engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, according to the newly released 2015 Cone Communications Millennial CSR Study.

Winning Over Millennials in the Workplace


Jennifer Williamson
Senior Vice President - Corporate Communications - Sodxexo

Millennials: An Emerging Housing Market

There are now more Millennials than Boomers—83.1 million versus 75.4 million. Ignore their housing desires at your own risk.

Millennials are not only more numerous but also more diverse than previous generations. A U.S. Census Bureau report says, 44.2 percent are “part of a minority race or ethnic group (that is, a group other than non-Hispanic, single-race white).” Diversity may add challenges to figuring out what appeals to Millennials in housing, but Lloyd Jones Capital is wooing them into apartments Realtor magazine has just weighed in on working with this biggest generation. i'll highlight a few of their findings below:

The CSR Scoop - 8/26/2015


We are going back to our roots this week and talking about our raison d’être: skills-based volunteering. Common Impact has been in this line of work for fifteen years and in that time we’ve seen a true evolution in corporations’ and nonprofits’ understanding of pro bono work. We’re thrilled to see both sides coming around to the bottom line benefits of skills-based volunteer engagements and we’re excited by the innovative new variations on the skills-based model that are cropping up each day.

FOX and EMPIRE to Build Free Music Studios for Youth Across the U.S.


As FOX prepares for the September 23 premiere of Empire's second season, the network is partnering with the nonprofit Notes for Notes for a new initiative entitled "FOX PRESENTS EMPIRE Behind the Beat." The campaign will raise money to build fully equipped music studios across the country for young people to have free access to instruments and audio equipment, as well as professional mentors to help them hone their talent. The program will inspire the next generation to create its own musical voice.

The CSR Scoop - Summer Reading List Edition


As we head into the final stretch of summer, the Common Impact team is picking up the last of the books on our summer reading list.  Check out how we’re spending these long, warm August days.

Green Goes with Everything – How Time Warner Cable is Working to Make Events More Sustainable

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Sustainability has been a hot topic lately – from public policies to private initiatives, Green is everywhere.

As an event professional, my job is to be an experiential storyteller. My team and I connect audiences to the things that matter the most to them - from thought leadership conferences to technologically interactive events to employee volunteer days of service.

Planning a memorable and engaging experience takes time and an eye for the smallest of details.  However, one detail might be missing from the road map: a sustainability plan.


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