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Proposed Center to Focus on Link Between Mega Sporting Events and Human Rights

You might not expect someone from Marketing to spend much time contemplating the working and living conditions of migrant workers as they toil at building stadiums for football matches and celebratory entertainment. And you might not think that someone from the Global Workplace Rights team, which spends its days working to protect human rights throughout our value chain, would fully appreciate – and even embrace – the company’s reasons for sponsoring

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Shaping a Better Future: Addressing the European Migrant Crisis Through Technology in Venice

As an Impact Partner of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community, The Coca-Cola Company believes young people have an indispensable role in shaping their local communities, countries and world. This exclusive series highlights the semifinalist Global Shaper projects who are competing to win five $10,000 prizes as part of the 2016 Coca-Cola Shaping a Better Future Grant Challenge for the Global Shapers Community.

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PINKO and Coca-Cola Team Up for Capsule Collection

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Coca-Cola is partnering with Italian fashion brand PINKO for a capsule apparel collection that will span three seasons, through spring 2017. The two brands first collaborated this summer with custom bottles and cans of Coca-Cola Light in the signature PINKO pink, supported by a runway event in Italy. The collection presents basics, taking from street style culture – sweatshirts and t-shirts in the iconic colors of Coca-Cola – and the PINKO Love Bag

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Tezenis x Coca-Cola: London launch of new capsule collection

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With its sleek silhouettes, bold prints and street-art graphics, the new Tezenis x Coca-Cola capsule collection has burst from the catwalk and onto London’s Oxford Street. Coca-Cola Journey UK headed to the launch of the new garment range at the Tezenis UK’s flagship store to take a look... Despite it being a cold winter’s morning in December, London shoppers are out in full force on the capital’s busiest shopping street looking for the perfect Christmas

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This Entrepreneur Has a Lesson for All of Us About Career Growth

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Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on The Muse and is being republished here with permission. Hard work. Determination. A willingness to take feedback. A desire to keep learning and improving. These are career-boosting traits we talk about all the time at The Muse. And sometimes, we’re lucky enough to see them in action. Last month, I visited Soweto, a township in Johannesburg, South Africa, and met women who had started businesses in their

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Nepal Climate Convos: 3 Things We Learned About the Waste Problem in the Developing World

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In the main conference room of the Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI) in Kathmandu, Nepal, a quote from by a man who lived halfway around the world hangs on the way. "It is amazing what you can accomplish when you do not care who gets the credit." – Harry Truman. Outside the room, a balcony overlooking HCI’s property is covered by bundles and piles of plastic waste. Scattered among them are the workers who sort it. They’d take these conditions

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Coca-Cola Olympic Athlete Leo Manzano Shares Story of Inspiration With McDonald’s Operators

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It seemed as though Leo Manzano waited until the final seconds of his race at the London 2012 Olympic London to put on a show. During the final stretch of his 1,500-meter race, the 5'5” Manzano wove through a cluster of taller and lankier runners, storming ahead from the very back of the field to claim the silver medal. “I started working on that finishing kick in high school, but it’s something you continue developing,” Manzano told a crowd at a

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Coca-Cola Opens New Bottling Plant in Cambodia

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PHNOM PENH – Cambodia Beverage Company Ltd., the bottling unit of The Coca-Cola Company Bottling Investments Group (BIG), today inaugurated a new, state-of-the-art bottling facility as part of its previously announced $100 million investment in Cambodia from 2015 to 2018.  The Phnom Penh plant is expected to generate approximately 300 jobs and help create an additional 1,800 indirect jobs across the Coca-Cola value chain, from transportation

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Empowering Sustainable Communities in Gaza: New Program Focuses on Clean Water Access and Youth Employment

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Communities in Gaza face countless development challenges, yet two of the most stubborn but critical to overcome are ensuring sustainable access to clean drinking water and increasing the availability of jobs for Gaza's large youth population, especially young women. Coinciding with the inauguration of the first Coca-Cola bottling plant in Gaza, The Coca-Cola Foundation, National Beverage Company (NBC) and Mercy Corps today announced a new $1.3 million

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Coca-Cola Celebrates Opening of First Bottling Plant in Gaza

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The Coca-Cola Company and its Palestinian bottling partner, National Beverage Company (NBC), today inaugurated the first Coca-Cola bottling plant in Gaza, which will eventually employ over 270 people and indirectly support more than 2,700 households in the region. The new plant represents a $20 million investment and expands NBC’s Palestinian operations to four bottling plants and four distribution centers. With more than 600 current employees, NBC

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