Supporting Islington businesses to do well by doing good

This event marked the official launch of our partnership with BIG Alliance – to bring together a cluster of like-minded businesses in Islington to tackle local issues and engage in our responsible business programme.

What's the Point of #GoodBusiness?

Nick Gardner, Co-Founder and CEO at Project Dirt, explores why businesses can no longer ignore the drivers to embedding social purpose. Project Dirt runs inspiring and impactful community campaigns to help bring corporate purpose to life.

How can you get involved in City Giving Day 2018?

Earlier this week, we attended the City Giving Day Countdown Breakfast at Mansion House to gain insight into the day and provide some inspiring ideas to pass on to our member companies that might be thinking of getting involved for the first time!

Contributor Recommends: Doughnut Economics

For our first Contributor Recommends feature, Emma Cooke, Head of Citizenship at Herbert Smith Freehills recommends ‘Doughnut Economics’ by Kate Raworth.

City Bridge Trust and Corporate Citizenship at Mansion House

Join City Bridge Trust for a breakfast at Mansion House discussing four routes to impactful corporate community investment, as part of City Giving Day, 24 September

Meet our new Communications and Marketing Officer

Meet Grace Shotbolt, our new Communications and Marketing Officer.

What works in tackling gender inequality in the workplace?

Claire Tunley, Head of Employability at the City of London Corporation, highlights key areas to take action following the government’s gender pay gap advice. 

Every Business Can Have a Social Purpose

Heart of the City’s Director, Sarah Mitchell, discusses why social purpose is important to business and why SMEs are leading the culture change towards responsible business.

How a Responsible Business Strategy Made us a Better Business

Mark Limbrick (Director, Aros Architects) tells us how developing a responsible business strategy has helped to strengthen his business and improve work life for staff.

HotC Highlight September: Recruitment & Retention

For this month’s HotC Highlight we share the video from our recent live webinar where we spoke to three companies about how responsible business activities can help your business to recruit and retain the best staff.

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