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St. Ermin’s Hotel in London takes the bee-keeping CSR trend to a whole other level with 350,000 bees making honey on the property’s third floor.
See how Florida's hotel & tourism industry rose to meet Hurricane Matthew with a number of innovative corporate social responsibility programs.
Community services activities at meetings are more popular now than ever. But not every meeting can accommodate a full-blown community service activity—there may just not be enough time in the program or the logistics may seem too daunting. Ira Alemas of impact4good shares some of his top CSR activity options for giving back under a time crunch.
DMCs and event planning companies are the ones responsible for transforming an incentive trip into an experience that attendees could never duplicate on their own.
Today's youngest meeting attendees are not interested in token efforts; they want to be a part of an activity or fundraising event that truly makes a difference and is aligned with their values.
CSR incentive trips are truly “win-win,” especially when the company demonstrates a long-term commitment to the project.
A new CSR concept co-founded by one of Prevue's editors and aptly named the Empty Suitcase Campaign has attendees fill their duffle bags with needed items and go—it’s that simple!
220 preschoolers now have brand new running shoes as the result of a CSR program by Genband and its DMC, Dragonfly Africa, during the company's incentive trip to South Africa.
Announcing Site's 2014 Crystal Award winners, from the UAE's biggest incentive trip ever to a CSR program that delivered running shoes to preschoolers in South Africa.
An incentive program for a financial company supported wounded warriors through the Military Warriors Support Foundation.
While previous generations collected labels and badges, Gen Y collects experiences.
At the 2014 Invitational, IRF attendees donated more than 1,200 cans of food and hundreds of school supplies, toys and children’s clothing for a local shelter.
"Mexico is very open to philanthropic work. They have the right understanding and infrastructure to give our clients serious, creative giveback opportunities."
In South Africa meeting/event planners are combining environmental sustainability and social/economic development through innovative group programs by local organizations.
Detroit Collision Works is a 36-room hotel under development that will be built out of shipping containers adjacent to the Eastern Market—America’s oldest continuously operating farmer’s market district.
There's a present shift in the world of Corporate Responsibility where hotel, airline and travel companies are integrating sustainability initiatives more holistically into their...