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How to combine a thriving business with active social responsibility

How to combine a thriving business with active social responsibility

Nine in 10 consumers expect companies to not only make a profit, but also operate responsibly to address social and environmental issues, according to a study by Cone Communications. The Catch 22 is that if you are busy working in a thriving business, it is hard to find the time for active involvement in community issues.
Now there is an intriguing new solution. 
Rotary Clubs all over the world are reinventing themselves. As in business, agility and flexibility are important, so there is a new category of Corporate Membership. Any of four designated people from the member organisation can attend meetings and events.  In turn they bring new talents and energy in helping support the work of the Club.
Mary, Philip and David Bloomfield have many years of experience in all types of insurance, and they are well supported by a head of claims and an account manager. Testimonials show how much effort they put into providing great service. They have long been welcome guests at many of our Rotary events, and now they can add their business expertise and enthusiasm to helping with our projects.



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