15 Northern Ireland organisations welcomed into the responsible business network
Responsible business network Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI) has warmly welcomed 15 Northern Ireland organisations into its ranks.
New members of the network committed to making NI a better place to work and live include: EY, DHL, Titanic Belfast, B4B Telecomms, GolfNow, The Pierce Partnership, The Irish Football Association, The Almac Group, Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, Galgorm Group, Hyster-Yale, Felix O’Hare & Co ltd, Greenview and Fibrus.
Being part of the network demonstrates a commitment to corporate responsibility and member organisations benefit from a range of topical advisory services, events and initiatives addressing health and wellbeing, environmental sustainability, diversity and inclusion issues and more that help businesses large and small go beyond profit to make Northern Ireland a better place to work and live.
Kieran Harding, Managing Director, Business in the Community NI said: “We are delighted to welcome these 15 companies into Business in the Community. There are huge benefits that come from managing businesses in a responsible and sustainable way and we look forward to working closely with our newest members on their responsible business journey.
“By working together to tackle social and environmental issues, businesses in the network can truly become a force for good in society.”
To find out more about Business in the Community, visit www.bitcni.org.uk