[ posté à 19:40 | perma-link | ]
The French have always been a liberal minded people. And, it is because of the fact that they dropped Puritanism many years ago, that they were able to perfect themselves in the art of love and, particularly, in the art of kissing.
Learn from the French.
Then to those kisses add a hundred more,
A thousand to that hundred so, kiss on!
To make that thousand up to a million;
Treble this million, and when that is done,
Let's kiss afresh, as when we first begun.
« The desperate plight of the rail industry was exposed last night when the government confirmed that it will have to pay at least £3.5bn to Railtrack's administrators up to April next year just to keep the network operating. »
For a self-professed socially responsible company, fast growth doesn't present just the typical entrepreneurial challenges -- things like maintaining product quality, keeping pace with demand, managing cash flow, and coping with sales shortfalls. It also presents special challenges, ones that come with adhering to a higher standard -- that is, doing all of the above while treating employees, suppliers, and customers well, which includes being forthright in marketing claims and vendor relationships.
Founded in the US in 1987, the Social Venture Network (SVN) is an association of business leaders and entrepreneurs committed to using their organisations as catalysts for change towards a more just, humane and sustainable world.