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"Engineer Turned Entrepreneur" sharing session at NTU

Mr Ng Swee Peng , a Nanyang Technological University (NTU) alumni graduate from the EEE was invited by NTU, Career & Attachment Office (CAO) to conduct a sharing session on “Engineer Turned Entrepreneur” to fellow NTU undergraduate and graduate students.   121 more words


Healthy workforce – Healthy business

It has always been a challenge to articulate the business case at board level for investment in employee Health and wellbeing programmes. Years ago it was an ‘add on’, a nice to have ‘accessory’ made up of discounted gym memberships and if you were lucky the odd exercise session after work thrown in. 1,655 more words

"Clean Up the River 2017" at Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

The British Ambassador to Thailand H.E. Mr. Brian John Davidson, together with The British Council’s Country Director to Thailand Mr. Andrew Glass, Managing Director of Chatrium Hotels & Residences Mrs. 250 more words


Leading the change in business

Certified B Corporations are leading a global movement to redefine success in business. By voluntarily meeting higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance, Certified B Corps are distinguishing themselves in a cluttered marketplace by offering a positive vision of a better way to do business. 511 more words

Episode 1: KK Byland from American College of Education

Founded in the digital age, American College of Education (ACE) delivers affordable, online graduate degree programs and professional development programs for educators across the United States. 203 more words

3 Ways to Avoid Sleazy Optics for Organizations That do PR while Helping Disaster Victims

By Joseph Payton

Here’s a message for public relations professionals chomping at the bit to use the tragedies of this 2017 hurricane season for some positive coverage: Don’t be sleazy! 378 more words

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Corporate Social Responsibility

The title of the post itself is an oxymoron. Social responsibility is the last thing that comes to mind when one thinks of big corporations. The image that’s set in the minds of people about large corporations is that they’re mostly only money minded greedy people in their sharp business suits and ties. 740 more words