CSR 2.0: New Era of Responsibility

Speaking in Lisbon yesterday yet again I was asked the same two questions: How will CSR fair in the economic crisis? With all the current financial concerns wont CSR be at the top of the list of cost costing exercises? Perhaps. It certainly was for some of the large banks who in the last few […]

The Business case for Sustainability in tough times

Following on my Michaels post earlier, I wanted to attached a presentation that we created to really define the business case for sustainability in the meetings industry. The presentation details the opportunities and costs benefits using a whole list of research data collected by us and many of the global top publications and consulting organisations. […]

Karl Marx predicted it all

I was sent this today, and I think Karl Marx perfectly summarizes whats going on around the world. Its amazing that he wrote this in 1867. “Owners of capital will stimulate the working class to buy more and more of expensive goods, houses and technology, pushing them to take more and more expensive credits, until […]

CSR & Business: A love story?

What’s a guy have to do, you know? He fixes your car, charms your boss, connects you with powerful new friends and makes you feel good for being you. Why, then, are you still with the sweaty, lazy guy that won’t pay his rent? That’s how it seems to me when businesses postpone investments in […]