Greenview is committed to responsible and ethical business and has joined the responsible business network – Business in the Community. Members of Business in the Community collaborate to advance the responsible business agenda, which includes supporting their people, being a force for good in society and having a positive impact on the environment, making real and lasting impacts. Businesses in NI have an important role to play in addressing society’s biggest issues and Greenview is committed to making Northern Ireland a better place in which to live, work and do business.
Responsible business network Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI) has warmly welcomed Greenview into its ranks. Being part of the network is a public commitment of an organisation’s commitment to corporate responsibility and member organisations benefit from a range of topical advisory services, events and initiatives around: health and wellbeing; sustainability; and diversity and inclusion, that help businesses large and small go beyond profit to make Northern Ireland a better place to work and live.
Greenview’s CEO, Michael Burke said “Greenview is committed to being a responsible business in a wide range of areas including sustainability, the environment, social responsibility and active involvement in the community. Being a member of BITCNI will give us great support and guidance from their experienced and knowledgeable team. We are also really looking forward to learning, interacting and collaborating with other members of the BITCNI network.
Kieran Harding, Managing Director, Business in the Community NI said: “We are delighted to welcome Greenview into membership. Our members recognise the huge benefits that come from managing their businesses in a responsible and sustainable way, and we look forward to working with all of our members – established and new – supporting them on their responsible business journeys.
“We aim to help and inspire companies to address three campaigning areas – their People, the Planet, and the Place in which they operate. By working together to tackle social and environmental issues, businesses in membership with us can truly become a force for good in society.”
To find out more about Business in the Community, visit www.bitcni.org.uk.
Pictured are: Kieran Harding (Managing Director, Business in the Community NI), Tanya Fisher and Roy Connolly from Greenview.