A SocialBox.biz blog post by Alex (17th May 2017) Our focus here at SocialBox.Biz is engaging with companies that have a complete supply chain focused on Green and Socially responsible policies. We want to promote companies that work towards the best possible solutions for the environment and social communities, which is why we’re passionate about spreading … Continue reading SocialBox.Biz: promoting the importance of supply chains that are compliant with Green and Sustainability policies
A SocialBox.biz blog post by Alex (10th May 2017) A Social Enterprise UK initiative to encourage socially conscious consumption Social Enterprise UK, a heavily involved socially constructed organisation that stresses the importance of communal involvement in UK business today, this week launched their Buy Social Corporate Challenge, an initiative designed to inspire big corporations to … Continue reading Buy Social Corporate Challenge
A SocialBox.biz blog post update by Alex (5th May 2017) Social Return On Investment (SROI), a new term borne from Return On Investment (ROI) but this time adding a social component, is structuring a new business view on how to measure monetary and communal success as it relates to the public reception of products … Continue reading Understanding What Social Return On Investment Means
A Socialbox.biz blog post by Alex (April 19th 2017) We are now offering a guide to ISO 26000 on our website for all companies interested in knowing more about the best practice in terms of approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). By signing up on our website, you’ll have access to ISO 26000 plain English … Continue reading ISO 26000: A Guide for Going Above and Beyond with Corporate Social Responsibility
What if you knew it was possible to make a meaningful impact in the lives of thousands by partnering up with a corporation’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement in 2017? You would surely collaborate and bring in the requested products or materials to know you were part of something bigger. Businesses pursue CSR for an … Continue reading Do companies with more social impact have better quality products ?
Taking the battle for digital inclusion to the private and public sectors Astonishingly, according to Office for National Statistics, in the first three months of 2015, 11% (5.9 million) of adults in the UK had never used the Internet. Many of these are on low incomes such as the homeless, refugees, the elderly and disabled … Continue reading The Digital Project