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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment
Represent:
Company, Individual, Organization
Name of Company / Organization:
Innovethics / Business & Development
What is your current job title / department?
Financial Controller Maersk Supply Service A/S, MSc. International Business
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Networking, Share Best Practices, Potential Partners, Career Opportunities
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
- Strategic CSR
- Market entry decisions
- Cleantech
- Cluster environments
- Consultancy for Danish SMEs and NGOs

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CSR Strategy - more than a necessary evil

Posted on September 21, 2008 at 5:43pm 2 Comments

CSR Strategy - more than a necessary evil

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has achieved a lot of media focus in the past decade and where some firms are viewing the concept as a necessary evil to conform; other firms are literally riding the wave, by engaging the trend proactively and incorporating CSR in their strategy. Governments, clients, suppliers, NGOs and the media in general are placing more and more demands to sustainability and consequently many firms experience the… Continue

International marketing - A tool for bridging global tensions?

Posted on September 8, 2008 at 1:07am 2 Comments

Globalization and international marketing are two parallel trends in the contemporary world. However, whereas the first seem to be causing tensions between nations and cultures the latter seem to offer ways of overcoming and mitigating this tension. The following quote gives an interesting new perspective:



"One major challenge for international marketing is the differentiation among people, firms and nations who primarily grow, make, create, or coordinate things. These differences in… Continue

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 6:45am on September 12, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Welcome to our wonderful network, Peter! Pls join my circle of friends. Hope you'd find my writes interesting. May you continue to succeed in your missions.
At 10:18pm on September 15, 2008, Aimo Berg said…
Hello Peter
Thanks so much for joining. I will see you around, please give me feedback / new ideas we can implement.
Hope You enjoyed NZ
Aimo
At 4:40am on September 18, 2008, Esben von Tangen Lund-Christensen said…
Tak skal du have P!
Det lød ellers også meget cool det du har haft gang i.

Prøv også a checke Wheels of Action ud hvis du ikke allerede har opdaget linket mellem de to organisationer :-)
At 12:17am on June 16, 2009, Prakash Chhangani said…
Dear sir,
I am in process of increasing my acquaintance with clean technology, their applications and making it affordable for farmers without much of protected business category. Much of your interest area fits in our activities. We are NGO base in Western Rajasthan and are working on Water, Land, and Micro credit. Making all these three we address almost all issues of sustainability and social and empowerment in this region. I shall like to on your friends list and read most of your writings and enrich ourselves.

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