Budding entrepreneurs get the KickStart their business needs
Mabuse Sekgothe fits and maintains gyms. Maputle Tsoka makes oral prostheses for people with cleft palates. Didi Mohapi provides a mobile diagnostic service to hospitals and clinics.
What do they have in common? Each of these talented entrepreneurs has won funding to launch their business, thanks to our KickStart program – and they’re far from alone.
Eco-friendly fridges to quench drinkers’ thirst
Today is World Environment Day – a good opportunity to focus on the hard work going on across our company, not just today, but every day.
Bavaria, our business in Colombia, has recently announced an investment of $15.3 million to purchase thousands of eco-friendly fridges for tiendas (stores) across the country.
'The time to act is now': The private sector must pave the way for renewables
A commentary by Tony Milikin, our Chief Sustainability & Procurement Officer, originally featured on BusinessInsider.com on June 1, 2017.
The problems associated with traditional energy sources are well documented and extensive. Fossil fuels contribute directly to climate change, and they have a direct human cost as well.
Increasing renewable energy capacity in every market around the globe is vital to addressing these problems and turning the tide on climate change. It is clear that renewables will be a crucial part of the energy mix in the future.
No shortcuts on World Day for Safety and Health at Work
It ranks before results and targets – before anything else. Nothing should compromise the safety of our colleagues, consumers and stakeholders.
Our Dream of zero accidents has not yet been achieved, but we are getting closer. And today, World Safety Day, is the perfect time to assess progress across our operations and highlight our safety priorities for the future
Since 2010, our colleagues in Brazil have partnered with local NGOs on a responsible drinking program aimed at adolescents in low income communities. NaResponsa’s main objective is to tackle underage drinking through two main avenues: first, creating a network of local NGOs and equipping them with material and language to instill alcohol literacy among their target audiences; and, second, through an online communications platform for teenagers, engaging them with content that reinforces the idea that they can still have fun without consuming alcohol.