CSR Saudi Arabia 2014 will focus on sustainability of social responsibility activities that drive community development and empower the Kingdom’s youth.
Businesses that prioritise ethics over profits will see the benefits, writes Roy Jakobs, CEO of Philips, Middle East and Turkey, in a recent article for Gulf Business. According to Jakobs, it is not just individuals who should strive towards high
CSR Oman 2014, a summit that has brought together the Omani business community to debate and discuss the changing role of corporate social responsibility (CSR), was inaugurated under the auspices of H.E Sultan bin Salim Al Habsi, Secretary-General, Supreme Council
Conducted by Informa Middle East & Africa, the results of a survey taken by professionals from some of Africa’s most renowned organisations have been released highlighting key trends and challenges for social corporate responsibility in the region. The survey included
The popularity of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is growing. Although traditionally it has been seen as a philanthropic practice, organisations are now understanding the value it adds to the bottom line. Some of the benefits of CSR include attracting a
Key stakeholders responsible for the development of CSR practices and sustainability adoption including Government, regulators, businesses and the NGO community, will gather at the CSR West Africa Summit, 8 – 9 October at The Four Points by Sheraton in Lagos.