Wellcom: TERREAL reçoit le Trophée de l’économie circulaire par le MEDEF de Saône-et-Loire : la tuilerie de Chagny est la première tuilerie au monde à utiliser les ordures ménagères des villes environnantes pour cuire les tuiles

A l’occasion du 6ème Forum Economique de Bourgogne organisé par le MEDEF de Saône-et-Loire le 20 novembre 2014, le Groupe TERREAL, Leader de l’enveloppe du bâtiment durable, s’est vu décerné l’un des trois Trophées de l’Economie Circulaire pour le projet d’utilisation de biométhane produit par ECOCEA (SMET 71) dans son usine de Chagny.   Toujours... more »

Posted November 21st 2014 9:00 am

Crenshaw Communications: Stories The PR World Can Be Thankful For

Sometimes it can seem like much of what we do in the PR agency business involves managing information and its potentially negative implications. The media love a “bad news” story, and crisis management is a multi-million dollar industry. That’s why it’s refreshing when you come across stories that just make you grateful. (And it’s scientifically... Read moreThe post Stories The PR World Can Be Thankful For appeared first on Crenshaw Communications.... more »

Posted November 20th 2014 6:42 pm

int/ext Communications AG: ARA Rhein AG (Wastewater treatment plant): Sorry, we stank terribly

ARA Rhein AG (Wastewater treatment plant): Sorry, we stank... more »

Posted November 19th 2014 8:15 am

Jackson Spalding: Jackson Spalding Wins Eight 2014 International Davey Awards

Date:  Fri, 2014-10-31 Summary:  Jackson Spalding garnered eight 2014 International Davey Awards for Digital, Advertising and Design work. Atlanta (October 31, 2014) – Jackson Spalding earned eight 2014 International Davey Awards for outstanding digital, advertising and design work out of more than 4,000 entries. The eight Awards contribute to a total of 22 awards garnered by Jackson Spalding’s branding and design teams over the last six months. read... more »

Posted October 22nd 2014 3:17 pm

MAGNUS Investor Relations + Corporate Communication: What’s next for the AGM?

Annual General Meeting season is almost upon us once again and if the findings of a recent report from the Governance Institute of Australia (Benchmarking Listed Company Secretarial Practice in Australia 2014) are anything to go by, it may seem as though the AGM is in terminal decline.   The report found only 0.3 per... more »

Posted October 19th 2014 6:06 pm

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