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VIDEO | Givewith - Dell and Waterkeeper Alliance Fight Plastic Pollution

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This engaging video by Givewith explains the important work of Waterkeeper Alliance, a global nonprofit that protects the world’s waterways, and its partnership with Dell.

How Dell & Givewith Engaged Customers in the Fight Against Ocean Pollution

Through social impact marketing, Dell is collaborating with customers to make things happen in the real world that benefit the environment and its brand.
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In my field of marketing work, we’re always researching what our customers want – and we see that the tide is turning: Increasing awareness around societal and environmental issues has led to a rise in “conscious consumption.” Customers are increasingly seeking out ways to make positive decisions about what and how they buy.

As a company that makes corporate social responsibility part of everyday business, Dell loves this. We see real opportunity in collaborating with our customers on the values we share, to make things happen in the real world that benefit society, our environment and our brand.

Earlier this year, we began shipping the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 with a packaging system that contains 25 percent recycled ocean plastics. We’ll divert 16,000 pounds of plastic from our oceans in 2017 alone, and we are creating the first commercial-scale global ocean plastics supply chain.

When we recently learned about an innovative approach to share the ways we’re building a Legacy of Good and allow our online audience to give and support clean waterways, we jumped on it.

We collaborated with Givewith, a new social impact marketing platform. Givewith is bringing brands, consumers and nonprofit organizations together to tackle our most challenging social issues. Givewith Founder and CEO Paul Polizzotto has his own special relationship with water. Paul explains more about his company, his passion for the ocean and his work with Dell, below.

- Ann Lott, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility at Dell

 

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In my field of marketing work, we’re always researching what our customers want – and we see that the tide is turning: Increasing awareness around societal and environmental issues has led to a rise in “conscious consumption.” Customers are increasingly seeking out ways to make positive decisions about what and how they buy.

As a company that makes corporate social responsibility part of everyday business, Dell loves this. We see real opportunity in collaborating with our customers on the values we share, to make things happen in the real world that benefit society, our environment and our brand.

Earlier this year, we began shipping the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 with a packaging system that contains 25 percent recycled ocean plastics. We’ll divert 16,000 pounds of plastic from our oceans in 2017 alone, and we are creating the first commercial-scale global ocean plastics supply chain.

When we recently learned about an innovative approach to share the ways we’re building a Legacy of Good and allow our online audience to give and support clean waterways, we jumped on it.

We collaborated with Givewith, a new social impact marketing platform. Givewith is bringing brands, consumers and nonprofit organizations together to tackle our most challenging social issues. Givewith Founder and CEO Paul Polizzotto has his own special relationship with water. Paul explains more about his company, his passion for the ocean and his work with Dell, below.

- Ann Lott, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility at Dell

 

Gender Equality Through Data Equality, A Conversation with Alison Holder, Director of Equal Measures 2030

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In this episode of the Champions for Social Good Podcast, Jamie Serino speaks with Alison Holder (@alieholder), Director of Equal Measures 2030 (

Cox Enterprises Achieves 100,000 Ton Recycling Milestone

Milestone achieved during 10-year anniversary of Cox Conserves
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ATLANTA, September 7, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Cox Enterprises today announced that the company has recycled more than 100,000 tons of materials since 2013. This milestone coincides with the 10th anniversary of the company’s Cox Conserves sustainability program, which has a goal of achieving zero waste to landfill by 2024.  

Cisco Case Study | Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership: Who to Work With

by Laura Quintana
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This is the first article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Stay tuned for next week’s post on determining when and how long to engage.

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This is the first article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Stay tuned for next week’s post on determining when and how long to engage.

Arrow Employees and Suppliers Raise Funds for Operation Help a Hero

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This summer, employees in the Arrow Electronics’ Orange County, Calif., office helped raise funds for Operation Help a Hero, an all-volunteer non-profit organization that provides resources to American service members and their families. Arrow employees teamed with representatives from local technology suppliers for a second annual bowling fundraiser, with all proceeds going to the nonprofit.  

Merck Supports U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals

How Public and Private Institutions Can Collaborate to Foster Sustainable Development
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Brenda Colatrella, executive director of Corporate Responsibility at Merck, has coauthored a paper on dev

Infographic: See the Aflac 2016 CSR Year in Review

This year's theme 'Everyone Has the Power to Do Good'
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In this year’s report, Aflac employees and independent sales agents who have embodied the theme, Everyone has the power to do good, share stories about Aflac’s commitment to ethics, a happy and diverse workplace, philanthropy and environmental sustainability.

Experience the Aflac 2016 CSR report HERE

PANDORA is Creating Shared Value & Strategic Partners

By engaging in external partnerships PANDORA gains valuable insights into critical factors shaping our business environment
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CREATING SHARED VALUE

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