Bucks-based PR, social media and events agency Nobull Communicationshas launched a new division of the agency; Sustainabull. This new agency arm will focus on providing an integrated range of PR, social media and communication services to companies looking to build their commitment to CSR and sustainability into a positive return on their investment.
Sustainabull is partnering with Ecobrand, an organisation helping companies to optimise their sustainability efforts to make lasting positive change for the business, environment and community.
“Sustainabull was born from a number of our clients looking for help to promote their CSR. Partnering with Ecobrand we know how to optimise clients’ sustainability credentials and turn them into business benefits through communications. Our experience in sustainability, spanning over 20 years, enables us to discover a company’s CSR potential and share it with its stakeholders,” says Steve Carman, Director Sustainabull.
“A recent project which personifies this approach is the production of a sustainability report on the tin industry for the International Tin Research Institute with Ecobrand. This report is designed to highlight, educate and promote the benefits of the Tin Industry and is available, in multiple languages, to a wide selection of global audiences including employees, stakeholders, producers, consumers, communities and the political arena.”
Sustainabull is also supporting Ecobrand in the launch of The International CSR Excellence Awards, which have been developed to recognise business excellence in corporate social responsibility and ensure a benchmark of best practice is set and adhered to across a variety of industry sectors.
Nobull has worked in the environmental arena for many years for brands such as Nissan, Avis Rent A Car, Clean Air Power, EcoIsland, Tin Research Institute, Volvo, Lysanda and Lex across the cars, commercials, construction and not for profit arenas.
For further information contact Kally Carder on 01628 526208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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