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Giving Around the Globe: 2014 Edition

Giving Around the Globe: 2014 Edition is the leading source for guidance on the global expansion of corporate community engagement. The report is primarily based on data from 54 of the world’s largest companies located outside of the United States from 17 countries..

Giving Around the Globe: 2013 Edition

US $6.5 billion in corporate giving was reported from 12 countries with the highest concentrations of Forbes Global 2000 companies. The report provided a first look at regional differences in community engagement strategies. More than US $5 billion in corporate giving data was reported to the Global Guide ..

2013 CECP Summit

A clear theme emerged from the 2013 CECP Summit: collaboration. It’s not just something that organizations do in times of tight resources.

The Global Guide to What Counts

At present, there is no international consensus based in tax law on what characteristics describe a charitable institution. Without a common thread among countries, companies—individually and collectively—are unable to consistently track and benchmark total global giving to these institutions around the world.

2013 8th Annual Board of Boards

CECP’s 8th Annual Board of Boards CEO conference featured panel discussions focused on the crucial role leading CEOs can play in engaging the interest of consumers and shareholders.

2012 7th Annual Board of Boards

CECP’s 7th Annual Board of Boards CEO conference featured panel discussions focused on the crucial role leading CEOs can play in engaging the interest of consumers and shareholders.

2011 6th Annual Board of Boards

On the morning of International Corporate Philanthropy Day, CECP convened nearly 70 global business leaders to discuss the theme Business at its Best: Maximizing Long-Term Profitability and Societal Impact.

2010 5th Annual Board of Boards (New York)

Consistent with its forward-reaching agenda, the program began with a review of research conducted by McKinsey & Company on the top demographic, environmental technological, and geopolitical trends shaping the landscape for corporate community involvement over the next ten years.

2010 Board of Boards CEO Conference (London)

The conference was launched with an overview of four
potential scenarios for business in 2020 taken from CECP’s
forthcoming thought leadership report titled Shaping the
Future.

Exploring Corporate Philanthropy

Once considered a limited corporate function, informally guided by the personal interests of top senior executives, many corporate philanthropy
programs appear to be currently undergoing an extensive transformation.

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