Supporting the ‘Wastepreneurs’, program and generating awareness around the collection and exchange of recyclable waste MIDLAND, Mich. – February 05, 2019 – Dow is helping to create jobs and reduce plastic pollution in South Africa through their social initiative, Project Butterfly. Introduced in 2017 in the township of Tembisa, Johannesburg, Project Butterfly works with non-profit organizations and local communities to tackle poor waste management through education, clean-ups and innovation-focused initiatives. Currently active in Johannesburg and Durban, Project Butterfly is part of Dow’s global commitment to address plastic pollution and create a more sustainable planet.
As expectations rise for brands to deliver products and experiences that demonstrate cultural awareness to the current generations of shoppers, Yotpo is announcing its 2019 list of “Amazing Women in eCommerce” to recognize the women driving the success of many of today’s most popular brands. As part of the effort to foster future leadership in eCommerce, Yotpo has donated $20,000 to Girls Inc., a global organization devoted to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy.
Food Company Predicts Companies Will Nurture a Diverse and Inclusive Culture with FoodSan Francisco – February 5, 2019 – ZeroCater, a leading provider of office catering and snacks, is thrilled to unveil their Annual Report that focuses on the latest trends and insights that will shape the workplace and how office eating habits will influence the restaurant, food and beverage industries in 2019. Compiled from company data and research, ZeroCater’s reports are intended to serve as a guide to helping employers navigate a changing workplace, as well as offer restaurant and food companies insight as they navigate a new frontier.Click to Tweet: ZeroCater reports on how cultural shifts will impact the workplace and the food industry in 2019. #ZCTrends2019 http://bit.ly/ZCTrends2019“The common thread across workplaces in 2019 is a culture-first approach to business” stated Ali Sabeti, CEO of ZeroCater. “Amidst a vastly competitive labor market, employers are working hard to cultivate a diverse and inclusive culture, while restaurants and food companies are finding the business opportunity in office food programs.”Companies have realized that a healthy, personalized employee experience yields happier, more productive workers and better bottom lines. At the same time, restaurants and food companies facing rising operations costs and more competition than ever are finding office food programs to be a lucrative avenue for additional revenue, consumer insights, and further brand awareness.This report highlights the ways employers are building better company cultures, as well as the most in-demand cuisine and snack trends in the workplace including:
DENVER (December 11, 2018) – Symbia Logistics, a Colorado-based warehousing, logistics and e-commerce fulfillment company, is experiencing explosive growth. The company has closed on three acquisitions in recent months – Mountain States Logistics, Innovative Fulfillment Solutions and Nevada Distribution Services – and is preparing for the January 2019 grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art e-commerce fulfillment operation in Aurora, Colo.
Enterprising Women is a partner in the new Million Women Mentors (MWM) initiative.
The initiative supports the engagement of one million science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) mentors — women and men — to increase the interest and confidence of young women to pursue and succeed in STEM degrees and careers.