Milan Design Week, which ran from April 4-7, invites people from all over the world to participate and has overtaken Fashion Week in popularity and prestige.
The Financial Communications Society and the United Nations Foundation co-hosted an event to address how businesses and institutions are embracing the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) through their brands.
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Edelman.ergo was awarded with the International German PR Award for Financial Communications for the “Pro Aktie” (Pro Shares) campaign. This is the first time four otherwise fierce competitors in the German online banking industry came together.
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Last year, the Korean financial services industry saw over fifty-one thousand jobs disappear. This means 6 percent of the total jobs in the sector have vanished within the past twelve months.
Never before have so many technologies matured at the same time to enable such transformative innovation. Many believe the Internet of Things will have similar wide-reaching impact.
If businesses can collaborate to define a new value of talent that is more holistic and accessible (beyond academic qualifications, economic class, gender or geography) and then utilize that value in fulfilling their purpose, both financial and societal, then we will truly have a chance at that shared destiny.