CSR Middle East, CSR dedicated platform with 3.555 corporate members in the Middle East.
The campaign's objective is to spread news and information about social…Continue
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PepsiCo will donate one million Saudi Riyals to Albir and Insan charitable societies for the care of orphans, to buy presents, clothes and an Eidiya, on…Continue
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A team of volunteers from Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, has been visiting nurseries and the orphanage since the start of the holy month of Ramadan, as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility program.
Waleed Alkhashti, Corporate Communications and Relations Department Manager at Zain said, “Ramadan presents a special occasion for…
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Procter & Gamble, a Worldwide Olympic Partner, today introduced the lineup of more than 150 athletes the company and its brands are sponsoring at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The team of international athletes represents P&G and 34 leadership brands including Pampers®, Tide®/Ariel®, Pantene®, Head & Shoulders®, Duracell® and Gillette®. The team has been selected from 48 countries and includes approximately 70 men and more than 80…Continue
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Companies are realizing that making their supply chain more sustainable will help their bottom line as well as encourage collaboration, drive innovation, and reduce risk.
In our global economy, efficient information and transportation networks allow people to get goods from anywhere in the world. As more people want to understand the environmental impact of the products they buy, companies are looking at every aspect of their supply chain for ways to improve green…Continue
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National Bank of Oman (NBO), in keeping with its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR), has signed an agreement with Bahwan Cybertek to support the training of 15 Omani job seekers.
A formal ceremony, to mark the successful close of the arrangement, was held recently at the bank’s Head Office premises. The contract was signed by Sayyidah Rawan bint Ahmed…
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The hotel sponsored a Mount Everest Base Camp Trek…Continue
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Given that 2012 has been a tumultuous year economically, following on from 12 months of political upheaval in the Middle East and North Africa, it is no surprise that a new form of accreditation being issued by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce has not attracted much attention.
Since December 2011, the chamber has been issuing businesses working in…Continue
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The business case for CSR is complex, yet, in a more sophisticated, inter-connected, post global-recession world, the business case is stronger than ever before.
Moreover, climate change, poverty, social disenfranchisement and inequality must be addressed in a meaningful manner that is both qualitative and quantitative. With economic uncertainty and weakness, governments are reluctant to put greater burdens on business, as economic growth is essential if we are to create a fairer,…Continue
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