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Profit fluctuations should not impact social commitments: Kazutada Kobayashi, Canon India Profit fluctuations should not impact social commitments: Kazutada Kobayashi, Canon India
The promotional activities can neither be confused with CSR activities, nor should any sales purpose be infused in the CSR programme. So when we are donating our devices for a cause, be it the eye-testing machines or the printing devices, we are not getting into the promotions of those products as that is not the objective at all.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and the idea of sanitation Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and the idea of sanitation
Okay, the government has promised a Clean India by 2019. And it has asked corporate groups to pitch in. It’s not a random mandate, by the way. Contributing to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan qualifies as legitimate corporate social responsibility (CSR) spend as per the country’s famous CSR law (Section 135 of Companies Act, 2013).
The STAIRS way to heaven, or something like it The STAIRS way to heaven, or something like it
Sports in India is a bit like politics. Everyone has an opinion on it but that’s about it. We all know that one colleague who can rattle off every possible statistic on Tendulkar, the friend who can convincingly argue that Messi’s right foot is better than his left, the stranger who chides you for not remembering the last time the Indian hockey team
A tale of two tea gardens A tale of two tea gardens
What they found may be no news for most of us but was shocking to them – desperate poverty, malnourished workers, underage children striving to become a malnourished worker, faulty equipment exposing them to hazardous chemicals, houses resembling hovels at best, and of course toilets that wouldn’t work.
Volkswagen – how to not get away with cheating Volkswagen – how to not get away with cheating
On 18 September, VW admitted to US authorities that it cheated about the emissions of half a million diesel cars sold there. By the 22nd, this had snowballed into 11 million cars worldwide. The short version of this story is...
Nokia partners Save the Children for its CSR. Here are a few answered, and some unanswered, questions Nokia partners Save the Children for its CSR. Here are a few answered, and some unanswered, questions
Much like in the last year, the term ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR) continues to be underlined in media communications from corporate groups. An interesting development this year is that corporate leaders who generally talk about growth numbers and product features are now attempting to bring the spotlight on to their CSR—and gain brownie
CSR leaders and non-profits form Silver Circle CSR leaders and non-profits form Silver Circle
Going beyond seminars and forums, in a not-quite-formal environment, sitting across a common table, Silver Circle patrons discussed at length a couple of subjects that otherwise do not get much attention and generally do not see a resolution. They had gathered for a morning of intense discussions at Jindal Centre in New Delhi, on 8 May 2015.
Green Signals from Jairam Ramesh – ‘go’, ‘no go’, and making sense of the in-betweens Green Signals from Jairam Ramesh – ‘go’, ‘no go’, and making sense of the in-betweens
Ramesh's decisions as a minister had pitted him against country’s large business houses as well as his ministerial colleagues for his assertive stand on environment protection. In this informal conversation, he reasons why environmental concerns have to be embedded into the growth process, laments industry’s mindset, calls current government’s at
Conversations around CSR: Vijay Chadda, CEO, Bharti Foundation Conversations around CSR: Vijay Chadda, CEO, Bharti Foundation
‘We not only run these schools, we also engage with local communities. We ensure that parents are motivated to send their children, especially girls, to schools.’
Volunteerism drives CSR at SAP Volunteerism drives CSR at SAP
All of our CSR programmes are employee-driven and each time we need a helping hand, we have an army of volunteers who are always prepared,’ said Gunjan Patel, head – CSR at SAP India, while conversing with CauseBecause. Here’s an abstract from the talk.
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