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Etsy owners take on a plethora of different roles—from tending their online shop, to funky merchandise development, to lengthy budgeting sessions. However, on November 29, a.k.a.
What happens when a company selects 60 of its best performing employees to apply their technical, creative, analytic and other skills to solve some of the biggest challenges of the community’s nonprofits? Families with seriously ill children can be served by improved programs; a provider of men
CWB’s latest research highlights the growing impact of women entrepreneurs and small business owners on the American economy.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) joined Dow Chemical Company and Executives Without Borders in announcing the International Business Corps. International Business Corps is a business-led consortium dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations in emerging markets by mobilizing volunteer business experts and by leveraging core business functions in the delivery of social good.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) is calling for nominations for the 2012 Siemens Sustainable Community Awards. Now in its fifth year, the program recognizes local governments, chambers of commerce, and other local organizations for the tremendous steps they’ve taken to improve quality of life and enhance their ability to sustain a successful community for generations to come.
BCLC event series seeks to enhance businesses’ social investments in U.S. communities
Washington, DC—Yesterday BCLC Executive Director Stephen Jordan delivered remarks outlining how businesses are providing services to help individuals and communities cope with the economic recession.