The corporAID magazine has been a topic leader in business and development and global responsibility since 2003 and opens up new perspectives on the opportunities and challenges of globalization for business and society.
Business and society know no boundaries today. They become global. The corporAID Magazine focuses on the phenomena of globalization and gives an insight into how development takes place and where development potential lies.
New markets offer great opportunities, but also social and ecological challenges. The corporAID magazine explains how companies can take responsibility, which activities they have or have already done.
Forecasts prove that the growth drivers of the global economy will be the emerging and developing countries in the future. Here are the business opportunities of tomorrow. Economy promotes society promotes development. The corporAID Magazine highlights the importance of the role of companies in global prosperity.
CorporAID magazine is a topic leader on global CSR and sustainability. We report on developmental and entrepreneurial special topics and provide background information that you won't read anywhere else. Practical, intensively researched, well-founded and informative for decision-makers and managers with foresight.
Top decision makers in the spotlight
In each issue of the corporAID Magazine, local managers reflect on globalization and discuss current topics. 2017: Stefan Szyszkowitz (EVN), Sabine Herlitschka (Infineon Technologies Austria), Alejandro Plater (Telekom Austria Group), Jan Vanbrabant (Erber Group), Josef Lampert (Getzner Textile) and Veit Schmid-Schmidsfelden (Rupert Fertinger Group). 2018: Christian Knill (Knill Group), Thomas Birtel (Strabag), Florian Teufelberger (Teufelberger), Stefan Engleder (Angel), Rainer Seele (OMV), Robert Machtlinger (FACC).
An overview of past issues with many exciting stories, background information, interviews, comments and much more you find here!
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