Corporate Social Responsibility

Business Backs Education

by July 24th, 2015

Companies across industries are putting education at the centre of their corporate social responsibility programmes.  By working alongside schools they are able to complement and boost classroom learning and in time improve student outcomes. Over the last six months volunteers from Euromonitor’s London office have been working with two local schools delivering mentoring and workshops […]

Making Islington Giving Week a #differentweek

by June 9th, 2015

This week, 8-14th June, is Islington Giving Week.  Islington Giving is a consortium of funders working to tackle local problems and make Islington a better place for everyone.  The organisation supports over 40 organisations who are investing in young people, tackling poverty and confronting isolation. Islington Giving week is an annual programme of activities and […]

Holidays Without Hunger

by December 19th, 2014

In lieu of mailing traditional greetings cards for the holidays, Euromonitor has made a number of donations, totalling £16,000 to organisations addressing food poverty.  Today people in many countries struggle to feed themselves and their families.  Redundancy, illness, debt, family breakdowns and rises in living costs all contribute to situations which leave people relying on food […]

Investing in Women Business Leaders: Good for Business, Good for Communities – Part II

by December 16th, 2014

In October I wrote about the support we were providing to Vital Voices Global Partnership’s fellowship program in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).  Here Samer Altaher, Vital Voices MENA Program Manager talks about the impact having exposure to Euromonitor’s market data had on the participants: “Thanks to our partnership with Euromonitor, the VV […]