CSRwire's Targeted Distribution Network Continues to Expand; CSRwire Announces New Syndication Partners and 'News Box' RSS Feed
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 22, 2006--CSRwire's targeted distribution network has continued to expand during the first three months of 2006. Seven new syndication partners and 'News Box' style RSS feed are now operational.
Syndication Partners are an integral part of CSRwire's targeted distribution network. These partners are relevant organizations that run CSRwire's live news feed on their website, exponentially increasing the number of readers who read CSRwire's press releases and non-financial reports. CSRwire's new News Box is a convenient way for organizations to add CSRwire's live news to their existing website.
CSRwire clients enjoy the benefits of reaching mainstream and core thought leaders, influential journalists, investors, analysts, academics and activists interested in corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investing initiatives.
Director Greg Schneider noted, "We are excited to welcome our new Syndication Partners to CSRwire. They join our current partners such as Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), KLD Research and Analytics, and Interpraxis. These partnerships help CSRwire clients reach an even broader spectrum of thought leaders, decision makers, and media contacts who are passionate about CSR issues. As our partners constituency grows, so does our reach and our value to our member clients."
The seven new Syndication Partners include:
-- Business Ethics Magazine
-- The Diversity Training Group, Inc.
-- Sustainable Review.com
-- Latakia Communications' Socially Responsible Business Forum
-- green T Forum
Business Ethics Magazine
For over 18 years, Business Ethics Magazine has been the premiere publication for insight, analysis and informed opinion in the fields of business ethics, corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investing. It's read by high-level opinion leaders in business, academia, civil society and social investing. Visit their website at http://www.business-ethics.com for more information about their print magazine - where you may also sign up for their very popular e-mail newsletter and read about their groundbreaking new radio program devoted to corporate social responsibility, Good Company.
LOHAS-Lifestyles of Healthy and Sustainable
LOHAS is the premier organization for the Lifestyle of Healthy and Sustainable Movement. LOHAS has two main initiatives: The LOHAS Forum and the LOHAS Journal. LOHAS 10 is the 10th annual Forum. It is a three-day business conference occurring April 26-28th at the Santa Monica Fairmont hotel. It will bring together leaders from Fortune 500 companies, LOHAS businesses, the entertainment industry, and celebrities to focus on how businesses, media and entertainment can be leveraged to educate, shape and influence consumer behavior and purchasing decisions while promoting lifestyles of health and sustainability. The LOHAS Journal - An annual reference of conscious commerce is a groundbreaking business magazine. It's the first and only comprehensive guide to all things LOHAS and is the authoritative resource for research, trends and opportunities. For more information please visit their website at www.lohas.com.
The Diversity Training Group, Inc.
DTG is a nationally recognized diversity strategy, training, and consulting boutique specializing in the planning, design and implementation of organization-wide diversity and harassment prevention training initiatives (classroom and e-learning). DTG also offers diversity assessment, executive coaching, and diversity marketing services including Spanish Translation services (DTG exclusive). Based in Herndon, VA, they are celebrating 10 years this June. Mauricio Velasquez, MBA, is the President, CEO, and Founder and was the first diversity trainer on the World Wide Web 12 years ago. DTG is an international firm with global clients - visit them at www.diversitydtg.com (40 million visitors +) or call at 1.800.684.4250.
SustainableReview.com is the Web's premier e-magazine on sustainability, with articles added daily. Sustainable Review's mission is to show how easy and rewarding it is to adopt eco-friendly habits in our everyday living. Long gone are the days when being "green" meant that granola was your main course, and tie-dyed shirts were your fashion statement. Articles range from environmental topics and corporate social responsibility, to the latest on eco-fashion and design. According to Sustainable Review, "You can be "green" AND hip at the same time." Subscribe to the newsletter and participate in the forum's discussions through www.sustainablereview.com
Latakia Communication's Socially Responsible Business Forum
Latakia's Socially Responsible Business Forum is a website that seeks to improve the lives of people by shedding light on socially responsible business issues confronting business. The website offers a collection of the latest articles from both popular and not-so-popular media regarding social responsible business, daily CSR Newswire press releases, and weekly articles providing insight in current business practices from the perspective of social responsibility, from publisher John Schneider. In addition, the website provides links and information regarding socially responsible investing, book reviews, a discussion forum, and links to organizations and other websites dedicated to the topic of socially responsible business. For more information, visit www.sociallyresponsiblebusinessforum.com.
greenT Forum is hosting the first conference on voluntary environmental commodity markets, brought to you by the same group who organized the Green Trading Summits, 2002-2005. As environmental concerns come to the forefront in business and society, these emerging markets allow various players to buy and sell environmental benefits. Renewable energy, sustainable development and carbon neutrality are "in," and are being advertised worldwide as positive attributes of products, companies and institutions. Such voluntary markets could also form the groundwork for mandatory markets that are likely to emerge as climate change regulations take hold. The May 1-2 greenT Forum: "Raising the Bar for Voluntary Environmental Credit Markets" (www.greenTmarkets.com), is organized by The MYA Group (www.mya-group.com).
economie is an international organisation dedicated to the education, promotion and development of socially responsible investment (SRI) and CSR. The organisation talks directly to individual investors, financial advisers, financial institutions, national and multinational corporates, government, NGO's, charities and SRI 'experts'. economie believes that the world is at a stage where these issues can help people to take charge of their monetary power to build a future where prosperity doesn't rely on the impoverishment of others, despoiling the environment or fuelling conflict. http://www.economie.co.uk.
In October 2006, economie is hosting the eco6 conference in Zurich, bringing together the Global Socially Responsible community to help shape a world where investment with ethical consideration is the universal norm. http://www.eco6.co.uk.
For a complete listing of CSRwire's syndication partners, please visit http://www.csrwire.com/page.cgi/partners.html
CSRwire is the leading source of corporate social responsibility and sustainability, press releases, reports and news. CSRwire members are companies and NGOs, agencies and organizations interested in communicating their corporate citizenship, sustainability, and socially responsible initiatives to a global audience through CSRwire's syndication network and weekly e-mail News Alerts.
Meadowbrook Lane Capital, CSRwire's parent company, has been described as a socially responsible investment bank by the Wall Street Journal. The company specializes in turning values into valuation while concentrating on succession issues for mission driven companies.
For more information about CSRwire or to inquire about becoming a syndication partner, please contact CSRwire.