August 30, 2014

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Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist?


We chatted with SAP, BSR, CDP and 232 communicators.

Generating over 1,300 tweets.

9,437,880 impressions

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Engaging over 377,000 Twitter accounts.

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Reversing Perception, Creating Impact:

We Chat with MGM's Executive Team!

MGM executive team

Generating 5.6 million impressions.

Engaging over 270,000 Twitter accounts.

With over 650 tweets.

mgm

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#BaBf: What Does it Mean to Brew a Better Future?

We chat LIVE with

Heineken

Generating 6.2 million impressions.

Engaging almost 300,000 Twitter accounts.

With  146 communicators.

And almost 800 tweets.

Heineken sustainability goals

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When Corporate Citizenship Integrates with Business Strategy: In Conversation with

HP Living ProgressGenerating 7.2 million impressions.

Engaging almost 1.3 million Twitter accounts.

With 193 communicators.

And almost 800 tweets.

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What Does it Mean
to Compete to be
Best FOR the
World?

We chatted LIVE
with:

Badger Balm, Indigenous Designs

Generating 8.1 million impressions.

With 128 communicators.

And almost 900 tweets.

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UNICEF Installs Dirty Water Vending Machine In Manhattan

Dirty-water

4,200 children die of water-related diseases everyday. UNICEF attempts to change that by shocking the public to create awareness with their Dirty Water campaign. There are 8 “flavors” of water that represent common diseases that affect the global poor: malaria, cholera, typhoid, dengue, hepatitis, dysentery, salmonella, and yellow fever. Thirsty people can choose their favorite infected water to support the charity – each dollar goes to UNICEF’s efforts to provide clean water to those that need it. A purchase of one bottle provides 40 days worth of potable water for a child.

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