Justmeans is pleased to announce the expansion of its international editorial team with the addition of David Connor as a new editor. With corporate social responsibility drawing worldwide attention, Justmeans plans to add layers of perspective and insight to this editorial category with the experience and knowledge of its international editors.
As the founder and managing director of Coethica, a leading UK based Corporate Social Responsibility consultancy, David Connor brings his valuable experience in marketing communications, environmental management, sustainable procurement and stakeholder engagement to the global editorial team of Justmeans.
Kevin Long, Co-founder of Justmeans said that ´We are pleased to have such qualified industry experts to help us steer good work and corporate responsibility in new directions. I am confident that Davidâ€˜s contribution will provide the readers with more stimulating information on CSR.â€˜
David Connor is also a part of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerceâ€˜s Environment and Energy Committee. He is a trustee of Liverpool Habitat for Humanity and the chairman of Enable that involves regenerations of communities through enterprise projects. Having won many national CSR awards during the eight highly successful years of his career, David has also served the Everton Football Club as the Community Business Manager prior to Coethica. He created their internationally acclaimed Disability Football Program and took its brands to the international level.
Justmeans attracts and ignites advocates for better business. The Justmeans Good Work FrameworkSM allows companies to post their media to multiple social networks simultaneously, crowd-source feedback on their good work, run multi-channel campaigns and contests to further involve stakeholders, and then track the results of all of their online communications from one place. With 100,000 users and millions of page views per year, along with straightforward online tools, companies are able to leverage the Justmeans community and technology in order to participate in wide-reaching, innovative stakeholder engagement. For more information please visit http://www.justmeans.com, or contact Deb Berman or Martin Smith at the offices below.