September 01, 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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CSR Event

Evaluate and Measure Community Involvement

Organizer: Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

Date: 10.17.12, 09:00AM – 10.19.12, 12:00PM ET

Location:Seattle, Washington

Sponsor:Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Website: www.bcccc.net/index.cfm?fuseaction=cmc_calendar...

Companies are increasingly expected to quantitatively demonstrate the impacts of their community involvement programs. Results can serve as a basis for program improvement, sound resource allocation, and strategic decision-making to ensure a positive result in the community and alignment with business goals. Community involvement professionals must be able to develop and execute an effective measurement and evaluation process as a tool for continuous program improvement.

This course will prove invaluable to you as a professional responsible for your company’s community involvement portfolio. It will help you to explore how to determine, calculate, analyze, and present program outcomes and impacts. The course also provides an opportunity for active engagement with others facing similar challenges. You will begin to apply tools so that your community investment initiatives can deliver maximum business and social value.

For more information, please contact:

Susan Thomas Associate Director, Marketing & Communications
Phone: 617-552-8668
Twitter: BCCCC

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Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

 

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