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Arts attract record spending

Arts attract record spending

February 01, 2000 Hard on the heals of controversy over the high cost and poor performance of sponsorship at the Greenwich Dome comes news that corporate investment in arts and culture reached a record high in 1999. Read more >
Spotlight on the banks – again

Spotlight on the banks – again

February 01, 2000 Pressure on the financial services sector to be more socially responsible shows no sign of abating. Now the industry is developing a collective response. Read more >
South African Breweries: going global, being accountable

South African Breweries: going global, being accountable

December 01, 1999 South African Breweries entered ranks of top 100 UK-based companies when it joined the London Stock Exchange in 1999. With a strong reputation for community involvement, investing at least twice the UK norm, it sets a standard others will find hard to match, especially as it is now moving to address wider accountability issues too. Read more >
Business meets the boffins

Business meets the boffins

December 01, 1999 The growing partnership between universities and companies will prove challenging for both sides of the industry/education divide. Read more >
Brian Wright: Business in 2000

Brian Wright: Business in 2000

October 01, 1999 London Enterprise Agency celebrated its 20th anniversary in October by holding a conference looking forward to the year 2010. Here, LEntA's chief executive reviews the discussion and looks back at LEntA's progress over the past 20 years. Read more >
Commerce in the classroom

Commerce in the classroom

October 01, 1999 Signs of a growing backlash against commercial exploitation of education mean companies must be clear why they are getting involved in schools and who really benefits. Read more >
Business partnerships go global

Business partnerships go global

October 01, 1999 Community affairs used to be synonymous with local relations and charities. In the new global economy, companies serious about making a positive social impact are forging partnerships with governmental agencies too. Read more >
Doing more, or reporting better?

Doing more, or reporting better?

August 01, 1999 New figures show a dramatic jump in reported UK company giving. But with little sign that activity is increasing, are firms simply getting better at evaluating what they contribute? Certainly those that still don't, face increasing criticism for not doing enough. Read more >
Praise from the PM

Praise from the PM

August 01, 1999 Tony Blair has congratulated companies on the work they are doing for the community - and promptly challenged them to do more. Read more >