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CSRHub Cofounder and COO, Cynthia Figge, is speaking at the New Metrics of Sustainable Business conference sponsored by Sustainable Brands on September 24-25, 2013 at the University of Pennsylvania. Cynthia will be speaking on 2 topics:Evening Plenary Discussion: New Metrics for Trust, Reputation and Green Brand ValueAre current leading measures of trust, reputation and brand value adequate? Up to speed with a rapidly changing landscape of stakeholders' attitudes? What co-creative efforts might assessment and data providers engage in to get to improved metrics of evolving notions of trust, reputation and brand value? How can brands stay ahead of that process?Amy du Pon
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The Role of NGOs & Non-Profits in CSR
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We recently offered ratings data from our CSRHUB CSR ratings tool on which countries have the most socially-responsible and sustainability-oriented companies. We were able to check our data against the UN’s Human Development Index, and show that our ratings supported their scores.
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Our firm, CSRHUB, recently decided to become a B Corporation. We filled out a survey, went through several rounds of review, and thought deeply about some of the issues the process exposed. We always believed we were a positive and progressive company. We were pleased that our values fit well with those set out by this widely-respected and well-tested standard.
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