In its annual State of Partnerships Report, the U.S. Department of State has recognized the impact of two community initiatives in the Middle East and Africa, which are both made possible through close public-private collaboration between the Department and the Coca-Cola system.
The report profiles efforts across 17 international programs that each contribute to a United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG). The Coca-Cola partnerships featured
The Coca-Cola MENA Scholarship Program is celebrating its sixth anniversary by starting the search for 100 budding entrepreneurs from across Middle East & North Africa who will enjoy the experience of a lifetime with an intensive educational journey to the U.S this summer, following in the footsteps of almost 500 program alumni.
The flagship regional youth initiative, a partnership between The Coca-Cola Company and the U.S. Department of State,
On Sundays, when the Atlanta Falcons “Rise Up” in the Georgia Dome, it’s time for Mallory Meissner to do the same. Shimmering pom-poms in hand, a beaming smile on her face, adrenaline pumping through her veins, she cheers on her team before thousands of fans.
On Monday mornings, Meissner is back to work. But this time she’s headed to a different field: her “day job” at Coca-Cola headquarters, less than a mile from the Falcons' home turf.
Snagging that perfect job today requires much more than submitting an application; it's now more important than ever for young job-seekers to master the art of professional networking. We asked a few Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation board members who are also senior leaders at Coca-Cola to share insights on how to make a positive impression and manage the sometimes daunting task of networking.
In addition to the words of wisdom shared in the video
The Coca-Cola Company’s loyalty program, My Coke Rewards (MCR), has celebrated and rewarded its most passionate and loyal fans since 2006.
Thanks to feedback from MCR members, The Coca-Cola Company is making changes to the way people are rewarded by the company and its family of brands in the United States. These changes will deliver more personalized rewards in a faster, easier and more engaging way.
To accomplish this, over the next several months,
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” this week at the World Economic Forum 2017 annual meeting.
The “Bakongo Paz” project was developed by the Bogotá Hub of the Global Shapers Community, an international network of young social entrepreneurs organized by the World Economic Forum. It’s
Innovation at Coca-Cola includes far more than new beverages. Each year, the company develops, tests and launches breakthrough packaging, equipment, merchandising, distribution models, and programs that enhance and refresh both its business and the local communities it serves around the world. In 2016 Coca-Cola, of course, once again delivered its share of engaging content, brand storytelling and experiential marketing.
Here are 16 Coca-Cola innovation
Coca-Cola Millennial Voices members Mallory Meissner, Vandoline Ivey and Shawn Maddox represented their country and their company as three of 35 delegates sent by Coca-Cola to the One Young World Summit in Ottawa, Canada. One Young World is a charity that hosts an annual summit to convene the brightest young people from around the globe and empower them to make lasting connections to create positive change.
Unlike any other event, One Young World
Coke Studio has thrilled fans since 2008 with a unique musical fusion concept that has helped reshape popular culture in Pakistan and inspired an international branded entertainment franchise. And for the show’s just-concluded ninth season, Coca-Cola extended the excitement from TV to mobile phones through innovative Augmented Reality (AR) packaging.
Images of the 40 artists featured in Season 9 were printed on labels of limited-edition Coca-Cola
The Young Leaders of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta is a group of professionals in their 20s and 30s who share common interest in global connectedness. They engage with experts in various industries to gain a better understanding of complex issues. Members are inquisitive, diverse in their perspective and committed to participating in the global arena.
It's no surprise that one of the group’s signature events is the Global Leadership Dialogue