As Companies Become Purpose-Led, Where Does That Leave Charities? • Discoverology

As Companies Become Purpose-Led, Where Does That Leave Charities?

Sustainable, meaningful, purpose-led. However framed, when applied to organizations, these terms indicate to wider society that a company is committed to making a difference. Evidence proves that purpose-led organizations are no longer a buzzword.

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