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FT Business Report on Responsible Business

Written on June 14, 2006 by Max Oliva in Corporate Responsibility

Max Oliva, Associate Director of IE’s Social Impact Management
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The Financial Times has just issued an excellent report on Responsible Business which looks at the following themes:
● Fair trade: The problems consumers have with the label
● Marketing: Why Coca-Cola is going to every effort to inform customers about its range of products
● Guest column: Steve Waygood, a director at Insight Investment and adviser to the UN on its Principles for Responsible Investment
● Blueprint: The initiative that could turn into a revolution for the investment industry
I recommend paying a visit to those themes you find most interesting. As always, FT makes an interesting assessment in these issues.
Climate change as consumers turn green
Fair trade products: Confusion reigns over labelling
Supplier diversity: Deeper well secures supplies
Business In The Community Awards 2006 shortlist
Marketing: Investors adapt to consumer trends
Procurement policy: More than just price and quality
Steve Waygood: A challenge for the industry
UN Global Compact: Blueprint for 21st century
Deloitte & Touche: A lesson in teaching
Danone UK: Healthy workers, healthy company

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