On November 12th I posted notice of the opening of the 2010 Siemens Sustainable Community Awards nomination process.
Yesterday was the first day of the OneYoungWorld Leadership Summit in London. I’m here under sponsorship of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and BCLC as one of the 1,000 delegates at this first-ever conference.
The business response to Haiti has been extraordinary – in fact, it ranks as the private sector’s third-most generous outpouring of aid following a natural disaster.
This morning, Major George Polarek, who recently returned from Haiti, offered the audience at BCLC’s forum on National Resiliency and Gulf Coast Recovery several on-the-ground insights on earthquake
At the time of this writing, the business community has already raised over $106 million in the span of less than ten days in response to the earthquake in Haiti. This does not include the role the networks
This morning BCLC’s Stephen Jordan broke via CNBC that business contributions for Haiti relief and recovery have surged past $100 million. “Mobilizing more than $100 million in just ten days is extraordinary
If you are planning to submit a nomination for the 2010 Siemens Sustainable Awards, please note the application deadline is extended until Feb. 12th (original deadline – Jan. 31).