3BL Associates announces Wharton partnership for business survey
- Bahrain: Monday, March 19 - 2012 at 11:31
- PRESS RELEASE
3BL 'Triple Bottom Line' Associates (3BL)— a Bahrain-based social impact consultancy and think-do-tank, has announced a media partnership with Arabic Knowledge@Wharton, the online journal of the Ivy League Wharton School of Business, for the first annual Bahrain Responsible Business Survey.
Commenting on the partnership, Pankaj Paul, Managing Editor of Arabic Knowledge@Wharton and General Manager of Wharton Center Abu Dhabi, said, "This partnership furthers Arabic Knowledge@Wharton's commitment to the Middle East, and our goal of providing an understanding of the region's growing importance in the global economy."
Leena Al Olaimy, Co-Founder and Managing Director of 3BL added, "Arabic Knowledge@Wharton provides very rich region-specific intellectual content. Naturally, we are thrilled to have their support of our research on responsible business practices—a topic which is now more important and timely than ever.
"We hope this partnership is the first of many collaborations between our organizations, and we look forward to a long-term relationship," she concluded.
The survey results and analysis will be made freely available to the public, and the Bahrain Responsible Business Survey will also feature a selection of case studies profiling the most cutting-edge local, regional and international companies operating in Bahrain, and that have adopted CSR in innovative ways.
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