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Welcome to Cisco’s new Corporate Social Responsibility Blog!

July 14, 2011
at 10:00 am PST

For more than two decades, Cisco’s vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) aligns responsible business practices and social investments to create long-term value for our business.

We encourage you to read more about our CSR efforts in the 2010 CSR Report, and tell us how you engage the network for good.

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  1. Dear Charlie,

    I thought you might be interested to learn about this latest survey between corporates and NGOs in the UK, and it would be great if you could report about it on your Civil Society website.
    The survey concludes that reputation and credibility emerge as primary reasons why companies engage in NGO partnerships (scoring 92%, compared with 62% for ‘innovation’ – their second most important reason). For NGOs, reputation is important, but access to funding is the dominant reason for partnering with business. Read this survey to discover more about the corporate-NGO dynamics.
    Please see the link below for further information where you can download a copy of the report.
    http://www.candeadvisory.com/barometer
    I hope this will be of interest.

    Regards,

    Ellee

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    • Charlie Treadwell

      Thanks for the link, Ellee. I’ll forward this info to the team working on the society website and 2011 CSR report.

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