When you work at The Coca-Cola Company headquarters in Atlanta, the associates come back after Thanksgiving weekend to the entire space being touched by the holiday spirit. It seems to have magically appeared on the walls, in the décor, the colors; everything changed for the holiday
This #OutofOffice monthly series highlights many of our Coca-Cola employees who agreed to share what makes them happy when they're away from the desk. This series was brought to life through our Coca-Cola Europe team who was sharing these stories internally. One story was sent
Collaboration platforms, connected communities, knowledge sharing. Do these words resonate with you? Do you have a passion for getting new knowledge sharing platforms off the ground and connecting global communities? If so, The Coca-Cola Company is looking for you. We have an open position in
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We all know that diversity is a critical to innovation. A recent study by the Center for Talent Innovation claims that teams with diversity are 158% more likely to innovate effectively. Wouldn't it be great if this year's Global Startup Battle was the most diverse of all time? To that
Today, more than 1 billion people lack access to safe drinking water and approximately 2.5 billion don’t have adequate sanitation, making billions of people around the world vulnerable to disease and other development challenges. To help provide communities in need with access to safe drinking
Coca-Cola today opened its 43rd plant in China and its first in Hebei Province, underscoring its continued confidence in – and commitment to – its third-largest market globally. The $106 million facility is part of the Coca-Cola system’s plan to invest $4 billion in China between 2012 and 2014.
Penny Hawkey set out to write the Great American Novel. Instead, she ended up writing the Great American Ad. “What does a great novel have to do with a great ad?" you ask. They both have the same DNA, the stuff of great storytelling.The 60-second commercial aired during the 1980 Big
Raised in a family filled with entrepreneurs, Janea Boyles followed in their footsteps. But she did so unintentionally. The proprietor of The Mercantile food and wine market in Atlanta says owning her own business was never the path she set out on.“This was not the plan I made,” she says.