Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru is the Prince’s Responsible Business Network in Wales, a business-led membership organisation made up of progressive businesses of all sizes from all over Wales who understand that the prosperity of business and society are mutually dependent.

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The Wales Leadership Board is made up of senior leaders from Business in the Community’s (BITC) member companies. It advises on the Wales strategic plan, supports BITC Cymru’s engagement with government and corporate stakeholders and helps to grow the responsible business movement and our network in Wales.

Find out more about BITC Cymru’s Leadership Board.

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Case Studies

Business in the Community Cymru GE Aviation Wales Diversity and Inclusion Award Winner 2019: Legal & General Wales

Legal & General’s Cardiff Diversity and Inclusion Committee has designed and implemented a compelling diversity and inclusion strategy addressing the Welsh team’s areas of interest.
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Business in the Community Cymru ACT Training Inspiring Young Talent Winner 2019: Pobl Group

Pobl Academy is a programme aimed at customers who may have not had the opportunity to forge a career due to a range of barriers.
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Business in the Community Cymru Responsible Large Business of the Year 2019: Cardiff Business School

Cardiff Business School is changing business education to reflect the challenges facing society, including social, economic and health inequality and ecological crises, most notably climate change. 
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Business in the Community Cymru NPTC Group of Colleges Education Award Winner 2019: Bouygues UK

The Bouygues UK project aims to attract and inspire young people to consider a career in construction through the creation of a teachers’ toolkit.
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Business in the Community Cymru Environmental Award 2019 Winner: Kingspan Insulated Panels

Kingspan Insulated Panels’ have committed to become a net-zero energy company and are maximising resource efficiency, reducing waste and developing sustainable systems and solutions for contemporary challenges.

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