Our Sustainable Business Models course provides insights into the sustainability challenge and how this will impact your marketplace now and in the future. The session provides insights into the risks and opportunities relating to global megatrends, how business is responding to these forces for change, and enables delegates to consider the impact on their specific business and the value of building a business case for action
From a shortlist of twenty companies, Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru has announced the winners of the 2017 Wales Responsible Business Awards.
Costain is 150 years old and was started by a carpenter in Liverpool as a house builder. Now Costain delivers major construction and infrastructure projects across the UK and beyond. With over 4,000 people employed across the UK, Costain believes that the strength of the company is built on its employees, from the ground up – through apprentices to graduates.
Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles is a family-owned micro business that manufacturers sustainable giant bubble toys and mixes and performs at events and has recently diversified into an on-site Bubble Barn (shop) and Café.
IKEA Cardiff is the only Wales branch of IKEA, a home furnishing retailer committed to creating a better everyday life for as many people as possible.
Companies from across Wales, of all sizes and sectors, have today been announced as making it on to the shortlist for the 2017 Wales Responsible Business Awards (#WalesRBAwards).
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