Join Business Leaders to Explore the Impact of Business Engagement in Communities
WASHINGTON, D.C., /3BL Media/ -The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host its annual corporate citizenship conference, titled “The Impact Equation: Stronger Business, Greater Results, Better World.” With business engagement in communities stronger than ever, the event will explore how businesses and partners can work together to create measurable, lasting impacts around the world.
Conference Sessions will Highlight Mobility, Predictive Analytics and More
In less than two weeks 500+ attendees will gather in Chicago on September 25 & 26 to attend 50+ expert-led sessions. It will be the largest EH&S, Sustainability and Risk technology conference of the year and you can find out all about it on the SPF website.
Check out a few of the hottest sessions at SPF and then save your seat in the audience by registering today.
Partnership Focuses on Shared Values of Environmental Responsibility and Respect for Nature
STAMFORD, Conn., September 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Natura Wines, produced by Emiliana Organic Vineyards, the world’s leading organic winery, and Keep America Beautiful (KAB) announce their first-ever national partnership to focus on the groups’ shared values of respecting the environment and beautifying communities. The partnership will begin this fall and will also include local beautification projects championed by KAB’s community-based affiliate network.
The program is anchored in the natural fit between the principles of Natura and Keep America Beautiful.
Washington, D.C., September 2, 2014 /3BL Media/ –America’s Charities has appointed Kimberly H. Young as Director, Business Development. Young joins America’s Charities from the Council on Foundations where she served as Director Corporate Services and Network Developer.
Sustainability reporting will only matter when you want it to. Global guidelines are important, but when you recognize and address the issues that matter, provide credible information and aim to create an emotional response, and treat the reporting process as an opportunity to improve your strategic outlook, your CSR/sustainability team can confidently stake the claim that it is making a significant impact.
Industry-leading initiative recruits and trains women for automotive retail careers
DETROIT, September 2, 2014 /3BL Media/ – General Motors’ Women’s Retail Network has awarded a record nine scholarships totaling $24,000 for 2014 to women seeking automotive retailing careers as part of its “Drive to Succeed” program.
GM, its dealers and other partners have presented nearly $75,000 in scholarships since 2011 to women in the U.S. and Canada. An industry first, the program has grown steadily and is helping to increase the number of women qualified to enter automotive retailing, including sales, marketing, management and other technical fields.