Corporate Social Responsibility

How a Homelessness Hack Moved Beyond the Cliche

PCMA EduCon planners set the lofty goal of hacking homelessness at their June event in Las Vegas.The goal was to address the root causes of the problem of people not having reliable housing. We asked the hackathon facilitators for a behind-the-scenes look at how they approached the conversation.

Can Hospitality Jobs Cure Homelessness?

Team Building for Tougher Times

The Bangkok Manifesto Embraces Social Responsibility

Philanthropy and CSR: Missing Ingredients to Profound Meetings

What Google and WWE can Teach Event Planners About Effective CSR

In 2015, Google launched its Building a Better Bay Area campaign by investing more than $5 million into non-profit organizations in the area, with a unique twist. Rather than allocating the money themselves, the company installed large, interactive posters in public places, allowing the general public to decide where to send the money. This allowed people […]