“Bakongo Paz” Named Grand Prize Winner of Annual “Coca-Cola Shaping a Better Future Grant Challenge”
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 18, 2017 – A summer camp created by millennials to foster peace and reconciliation in conflict-torn areas of Colombia was awarded the Grand Prize of the 2016 “Coca-Cola Shaping a Better Future Grant Challenge.” The camp project, known as “Bakongo Paz”, was developed by the members of the Global Shapers Community, a network
GENSHAGEN, GERMANY -- Ninety-nine percent. It's a statistic Karolin Övünc is especially proud of, and for good reason. She points to a board hanging above containers filled with reusable materials that reads: “Everything has value.”
Coca-Cola has been producing beverages at Genshagen near Berlin in the district of Teltow-Fläming, since 1998. The plant is one of the most modern in Germany, and one of the most efficient in the world when it comes to
Bhaluka, Bangladesh – International Beverages Private Limited, a division of The Coca‑Cola Company, today inaugurated a new plant in Bangladesh as part of a planned $74 million investment in the country.
The Bhaluka plant, which began operations in December, will initially run two lines producing Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite and Kinley water. The facility will employ more than 150 people and create approximately 1,000 additional indirect jobs
Jan 17, 2017
Simply Beverages is expanding its line of all-natural juices and juice drinks with two delicious and refreshing new flavors.
Simply Peach and Simply Lemonade with Strawberry are all-natural and non-GMO, never have any added preservatives, colors or artificial flavors, and are made with simple ingredients.
“Simply Peach and Simply Lemonade with Strawberry are exciting new additions to our beverage lineup at a time when consumers are seeking out new
Over the years, I’ve given a lot of thought to the topic of leadership and doing what I can to build a culture of leadership that gives The Coca-Cola Company a sustainable, long-term advantage.
To me, leadership is all about creating value in whatever you do—and whatever role you are in—and leaving something better than you found it.
The best leaders keep learning, too. They learn from their mistakes and their successes—not only when they’re young,
CLEMSON, S.C. – Coca-Cola is toasting Clemson University’s first college football national championship win in 35 years with a commemorative can. The limited-edition packs first appeared Saturday morning during the Tigers’ parade celebration and will make their way to store shelves the week of Jan. 23.
The 12-oz. can – available in six packs – features the Tigers’ logo and salutes the Clemson football team for its championship season.
ATLANTA – The Coca-Cola Company welcomed members of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s inner circle to its global headquarters this week for a conversation about the civil rights leader’s enduring legacy and the role Coca-Cola played in an Atlanta dinner honoring his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.
Veteran Atlanta journalist Maria Saporta moderated the panel, which included Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The King Center and Dr. King’s youngest daughter; Xernona
Coca-Cola has been an Atlanta icon since the first serving was poured downtown more than 130 years ago, and on Jan. 12, the World of Coca-Cola unveiled a new temporary gallery celebrating the city that first loved Coca-Cola. Featuring photographs captured by 12 local Instagram influencers, the #ShareaCokewithATL gallery demonstrates how Coca-Cola plays an integral role in Atlantans’ lives – in times of big celebrations and simple moments alike.
The main wall inside The Hub at Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta is wallpapered with LCD screens displaying newsfeeds, statistics and social media chatter. Below, a team of analysts monitor about what people across the globe are saying about one of the world’s most beloved brands. In one corner of the room, a halfway-dissected Jenga tower sits on a table.
“John’s gonna knock it down to start the day,” Hub social media strategist Ben Kealy says as
Caitlin Bowron spends her days with an art collection that is worth millions of dollars. That doesn’t make holding a Picasso in her hands any less special.
Bowron, Coke's in-house art curator, still remembers the first time she visited Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta and saw one of the renowned Spanish artist’s paintings at the end of a long entrance hallway. As she drew closer, she began to recognize the shapes in the illustration as people