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What Drives Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Philanthropy?

What Drives Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Philanthropy?

They support causes such as feeding the homeless, disaster relief, protecting the environment, and much more besides. They are under no obligation to do so, and profit margins are affected, so why do so many businesses willingly embrace corporate giving and corporate social responsibility? Why Businesses Support Worthy Causes and Behave Responsibly Those of you who regularly read Rob O’Byrne’s blogs will know he believes that “giving feeds the...

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Happy Birthday Logistics Bureau – 22 Today

So today we funded: 22 Bicycles for kids in remote Cambodia so they can go to School. 22 Trees planted in the Daintree Rainforest. 22 Women business owners in Malawi will get Book Keeping training. 22 Women in Afghanistan will be taught how to create a Kitchen Garden to provide additional income (materials included) Thank you for your ongoing support. Best Regards,Rob...

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What do you do?

Like most of us, I’m often asked what I do.  Or what does my business do.  It’s a really tough question to answer for some reason, so I’ve resorted to a diagram.  I hope it makes sense!      

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Making a Long Walk More Meaningful

Making a Long Walk More Meaningful

Time to think about others perhaps… ? As you might know, in recent years I have taken up long distance hikes as a way of taking a break. During the planning of our latest adventure walk, my wife Pat and I wanted to add some additional purpose to our journey. We had taken some time out again, from the day-to-day, to walk the 790 kilometres of the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port in France, to Santiago de Compostela in North Western...

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How Cambodia’s Children Will Learn From Supply Chain Leaders Insights

How Cambodia’s Children Will Learn From Supply Chain Leaders Insights

  The inaugural Supply Chain Leaders Insights event—latest coaching and education brainchild of Rob O’Byrne—took place on 26th October, 2016. This supply chain “conference with a difference” was hailed as a great success by delegates. Indeed, many participants stated their intention to return to SCLI in 2017, having gained a wealth of valuable knowledge from the round-table sessions with supply chain experts. It seems...

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