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CORE Recruits New Companies for Free Sustainability Assessment

Friday, November 18, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Catharine Lurie
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CORE Recruits New Companies for Free Sustainability Assessment

 

Denver, 11.17.11 – CORE, a non-profit organization that helps businesses understand and implement sustainability practices, has a program called CORE Catalyst that matches graduate students with CORE member companies to perform baseline sustainability assessments.

 

CORE is looking for 30 mid-size companies with 25 or more employees located in the Front Range from Ft. Collins to Colorado Springs to participate in these baseline assessments for 2012.  The companies selected must be willing to work with a team of MBA students that will perform an 8-week assessment. The baseline assessments will look at both environmental and social responsibility factors and the project teams will make recommendations for action steps following the assessments.  

The program is intended for companies that are committed to act on their recommendations, but have not yet done a great deal to incorporate sustainability in their strategies.

 

About CORE

Sustainability is more than a sound byte—it’s a sound business strategy that can determine whether your business is purely surviving or truly thriving. But where to begin? That’s where CORE comes in. CORE is a nonprofit that provides resources, monthly educational events, networking opportunities, including the Sustainable Opportunities Summit, the largest business sustainability conference in Colorado.

 

If interested, please email catalyst@corecolorado.org. For more information about the program please visit www.corecolorado.org/core-catalyst


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