Kroger Named as One of Newsweek’s Most Responsible Company
Kroger has been recognized as one of “America’s Most Responsible Companies” by Newsweek, earning the distinction for the fourth consecutive year. The recognition was in part due to the company’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social and environmental impact plan. Over the past 5 years, Kroger has donated 2.3 billion meals to fight hunger.
America's Most Responsible Companies were selected based on publicly available key performance indicators derived from Corporate Responsibility Reports, Corporate Citizen Reports or Sustainability Reports. Additionally, an independent survey was conducted to evaluate companies' reputation by asking U.S. citizens about their perception of company activities related to corporate social responsibility.
Black Angus Steakhouse to Hold Benefit Auction
Black Angus Steakhouse is holding a charitable auction to benefit art programs for underserved children. All proceeds from the auction will go to The Art of Elysium, a non-profit organization that provides community arts programs and services for schools, hospitals, and other facilities they serve.
Black Angus is hosting an on-site and online auction at its California locations featuring the original photos that graced their restaurant walls. The auction includes images from Western-inspired artists, including David R. Stoecklein, an artist selected by original Black Angus Steakhouse founder Stuart Anderson.
Comarch Receives “Partnership Award”
Comarch has received the “Partnership Award” from Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) for over seven years of business collaboration. The award is presented by ENOC to businesses whose actions had a significant impact on the company's growth and strategic development. The support that Comarch has provided ENOC with over the last 7+ years covers many different business areas, including customer loyalty & marketing.
ENOC's "Yes Rewards" loyalty program is powered by Comarch's loyalty management platform for building immersive loyalty programs and marketing campaigns. During the first month after go-live, the program had more than 200 thousand members, with each loyalty campaign generating 2 to 3 times higher turnover. ENOC was the first company working with Comarch to create a fully digital loyalty program driven by a mobile application – without any physical cards.