New advances in the digital world impact the workspace of every industry on a daily basis. Emerging technology is changing the way people communicate, process information and use it to meet their bottom line. Read our latest popst on how PR pros can use it to their advantage.
As enthusiastic football fans crowded into pubs and bars around the world, the larger-than-usual demand for CO2 led to a shortage that could have a far-reaching impact of the Food & Beverage #supplychain. How do you effectively mitigate risk—whether from supply chain disruption or changing regulations? We look at some of the latest issues that highlight the importance of real-time risk monitoring in our latest blog post. Take a look!
What do measurement, history, and silos have in common? When addressed properly, nothing will hold you back from turning data into insights into powerful change.
The makers of Jim Beam whisky have paid $8 million to settle allegations of bribing government officials to enter the Indian market. The settlement is a timely reminder of the continued threat of FCPA enforcement action, and the particular risks posed by third parties in the food and drink industry.
More than 18 million people are victims of forced labour—but a new ethical sourcing standard could help. Get the details on the BES 6002 launched by BRE and the value it offers in our latest blog post.
No matter what your business, today’s customers expect content. They want to trust their business partners to be experts in the services and solutions they provide, and one of the most accepted and expected ways to earn that trust is through content.
In our ongoing series of thought-leader Q&As, we interviewed Kathryn Higgs, Director of the Transparency-International Business Integrity Programme, sharing her thoughts on the role of technology in both increasing risk exposure and aiding in risk management. Read about it on our blog.
Which 10 CEOs have earned stellar reputations? Our latest blog post takes a look at the starring role that a CEO plays in a company’s reputation, what investors and consumers expect from corporate leaders, and the risks of falling short on those expectations. Read more on our blog.
Two steps up for U.S. compliance: Encouraging voluntary disclosure and outlawing anonymity on the international bribery and corruption front. Get details about the changes on our newest blog post.
Is corporate sustainability sustainable? While some have their doubts, a fund created by the UN Global Sustainability Index Institute is changing minds. In the fund’s first year of operation, it yielded a 27.63 percent return. Read how these impressive results are another reason for committing to CSR.