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Atypical Saudista is a reflection of who I am, a sarcastic, curious, adventurous with a twist of crazy, cynical optimist looking 4 my Tiffany’s…

I reflect on my life through the different characters that represent me in some way and in unisons give you a glimpse who I am, an Atypical Saudi girl living in a very typical world! 126 more words

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What is sustainable marketing?

Many ask what sustainable marketing is supposed to mean exactly.  Well, sustainable (so-called “green”) marketing is manifold! Alone in the terms sustainability and marketing, there are as many opinions as there are experts.  304 more words

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CSR networks in Austria

Are you interested in CSR strategies for your business? Use networks to get connected with experts on this topic who help you turn your company into a sustainable business. 404 more words

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CSR for startups

Buliding a successful business and focusing on monetarization is not enough these days. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) will help your startup leave a positive image behind in this world by emphasizing on the social affects it is able to generate. 866 more words

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Article on NirandFar.com by Marc Abraham "Designing for Behavior Change Book Review"

Having recently come across Nir Eyal’s blog, ‘Nir and Far’ and discovering a plethora of articles and inspiration for behavioural economics and influencing behaviour – I can’t help but want to apply this user-based approach to everything I do. 16 more words

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Of ASC & Sustainability goals; Marine Harvest will halt freshwater salmon production on Lake Llanquihue

Marine Harvest Chile has reportedly decided to halt its operation on Lake Llanquihue (Chile’s second largest lake in with an area of about 860km²) in the Los Lagos (Region XI) Region in September, in order to alleviate local community concerns and to align itself with the group-wide aim for ‘sustainable’ production. 214 more words

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Gem-A Launches CSR Course for Jewellery Professionals

The Gemmological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A) has announced the launch of a new course on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for the jewellery professional.

The course is the result of Gem-A’s collaboration with CIBJO, WJCEF and Branded Trust over the last year to help the jewellery industry realise the growing importance of CSR as an essential aspect of professional accreditation and how it is becoming increasingly clear that customers now expect jewellery professionals to be able to advise on non-technical issues such as the origins, or social and environmental impact of their jewellery purchase. 116 more words

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