Saturday, 5th April, Pune, Maharaschtra/India. The CSR provision of in the Indian Company Act is showing consequences. Mitcon, the governments own education institution opened the first of a series of „CSR education centers“ in Pune, India. Read more...
Al Hosn Gas, a 12 billion USD sour gas field project in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi has received the confirmation document that it has implemented ISO 26000 within its structures from the President of the CSR Company International on Tuesday, 18th March 2014. Read more....
30th September was a big day for 17 students from India as they are part of the first batch of students studying the Master of Science CSR and Ethical Management course of the University of Applied Science bfi Vienna in Mumbai. Course director Martin Neureiter welcomed them and in an intensive 5 day workshop got them into the mood of CSR as a global management tool to achieve business sustainability. With the new Company Act in India in place these students will be strongly thought for experts to support companies in India to comply with the new legislation.
The Cypriot, as well as the international business community is forced to survive today in an unprecedented view of socio-economic data because of the crisis. Like every citizen, so the companies are required to achieve each day more with less means, mobilizing the full potential and exploring new ones through the evolving challenges. Required, if they are determined that will survive and continue to grow against the recession, find innovative solutions and ways of earning the trust of customers and consumers and the quality and efficiency in their work with the least possible cost.
CEO Martin Neureiter addressed Vice Prime Minister and other dignitaries on entrepreneurs day on the importance of CSR for the development of the business sector in Vietnam.
The Convention's details can be found here.
CSR is getting more and more important in enterprises, organisations, and non-profit organisations as none of those (companies, authorities, NPOs) can shirk their social, economic and ecological responsibilities nowadays. In future, specialists will be required who are able to organise responsibly and sustainably by implementing CSR strategies.<br/><br/>
This programme is the first to offer a well-grounded, practice-oriented education for CSR managers.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not yet widely developed and implemented in the Serbian economy especially in the SME sector. Over the past few years there have been several activities related to some segments of CSR in Serbia, such as basic research studies, conferences, etc. However a coherent approach was lacking. The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC) was one of the leading actors of these activities.