Businesses and Corporate Social Responsibility
Posted by: reptile
9th Sep 2021 09:45am
What are your thoughts and opinions on supporting business with goods and services which are sent locally, rather than waiting for (possibly) weeks? Any examples of good experiences (name for fame!)?
Would you be willing to pay more for the goods or service if the business is socially responsible and/or contributed to a cause/charity/sustainability, either as a percentage of the sale or as a donation? If so, what's the "premium" you are willing to pay? What are some charities and causes that you think are best to support?
With these times of lockdown, i think we're all trying to be mindful of where money is spent, but we also want to support and contribute more to global and local causes and be more mindful of sustainability and being responsible. Would like to hear of some examples of businesses and know your thoughts and opinions!
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