Integrated Sustainability Strategies Bring Nielsen to CECP Summit

At CECP’s annual summit, Kirsten Londono, Senior Vice President, Client Development, shared our data around consumer sustainability trends, while Crystal Barnes, Vice President, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, explored how corporate responsibility and investor relations teams in particular can connect to unlock new opportunities.

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Nielsen’s Perspective on Sustainability Reporting

Crystal Barnes, vice president, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen, recently shared details behind the company’s decision to begin sustainability reporting, as well as insights on the experience so far, which were published in The Conference Board Sustainability Practices Dashboard in November 2016.

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Nielsen Brings Marketing Education and Mentorship to LGBTQ Students

Nielsen recently participated as a Platinum Sponsor of the Out for Undergrad (O4U) marketing conference hosted in Chicago. O4U is a national nonprofit whose mission is to help high-achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) undergraduate students reach their full potential.

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How Can Data Drive Decision-Making in Corporate Responsibility?

At Nielsen, we’ve been focused on leveraging consumer data to create actionable insights for our clients for almost a hundred years. Our corporate responsibility (CR) program was built on this legacy of using data to drive decision-making. Since 2010, our focus has grown from engaging employees through volunteer programs to monitoring the environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that matter most to our stakeholders and to our company.

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The Difference a Day Makes: Thousands Volunteer on Fifth-Annual Nielsen Global Impact Day

On June 2, 2016, more than 23,000 Nielsen associates came together to volunteer for Nielsen Global Impact Day (NGID). This marked our fifth-annual global day of service, and the impact was one of the strongest yet. Volunteers helped with more than 1,400 projects in over 900 community organizations across more than 92 countries where Nielsen operates.

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