Coca-Cola’s 5by20 initiative is a global commitment to enable the economic empowerment of five million female entrepreneurs by 2020, by providing support through training, financial services and connections.
The theme for this year’s International Women's Day (Wednesday 8 March) is #BeBoldForChange, calling on people to help create a more gender equal world. It’s all about celebrating the achievements of women, whether social, economic, cultural
We are committed to promoting moderation and choice and enabling people to limit their sugar and calorie intake. To do this we are focusing our efforts on reducing the sugar in our drinks and offering a range of lower and no sugar options, helping people to make informed choices about the beverage they choose by putting colour-coded labels on the front of all our packs and increasing our marketing investment in our low and no sugar drinks. You can
8 Dec 2016
As part of our reporting around our support of health and wellbeing scientific research, partnerships and collaborations, we are also sharing the list of health and scientific professionals or experts with whom we have collaborated and consulted.
The Coca-Cola Company, one of its branches or subsidiaries, or The Coca-Cola Foundation provides funding to support their efforts to share scientific expertise, practical nutrition, physical activity, and
New digs! Our Coca-Cola Ireland HQ moves from its long-time base at Baggot Street to a new location at Ballsbridge Park in Dublin. Come and take a look inside...
We're pleased to say that our office move was completed without a hitch, and our new headquarters in Dublin officially opened for business on 22nd August.
After a "reveal" and tour on the first morning, around 20 employees are now enjoying the new space, which features state-of-the-art
What began as an aspirational goal nine years ago is now a global industry milestone. From Stockholm, during World Water Week, Coca-Cola announced that it is the first Fortune 500 company to replenish the equivalent amount of water used in its global sales volume and production back to nature and communities.
In 2007, Coca-Cola committed to replenishing every litre of water used in its global sales volume and production by the end of 2020.
Greg Koch has been working with The Coca-Cola Company across environmental, technical and public affairs issues for more than 20 years. To celebrate World Water Week, he discusses how the company has managed to surpass its target of replenishing 100% of the water it uses – 5 years ahead of schedule.
I’m incredibly proud and excited that we’ve reached this fantastic milestone of replenishing 100% of the water we use. We actually reached 115% in 2015,
Every day, The Coca-Cola Company refreshes people around the world more than 1.9 billion times through 500-plus sparkling and still soft drinks brands. So who are the people responsible for this, and where does the magic happen?
The driving force behind this unparalleled portfolio is a world-class team of 123,000 Coca-Cola employees around the globe. And empowering these associates is a network of cutting-edge Coca-Cola offices
My team has the rare privilege of looking after Coca-Cola’s world famous heritage and we're major contributors to Coca-Cola websites around the world.
One of my old bosses used to say that you get the trademark and you publish it a little brighter each day, making sure all the information that goes out about Coca-Cola is accurate and tells a great story.
Requests come in from all over the world every day. It could be an email from Brazil wanting
Here at Coca-Cola we’re honoured that, for over a century, we’ve been invited to be a part of your everyday lives - from your simplest routines to your most important celebrations.
We respect and support your role as a parent and caregiver and know you're best equipped to make the right dietary choices for your children. That's why Coca-Cola has had a long-standing commitment to responsible marketing for many years, and in 2010
The UK Government’s plan to impose a tax on soft drinks containing sugar made headlines after it was announced in the Budget in March. People are curious about what Coca-Cola Great Britain thinks of the proposal; I get asked about it a lot - at work and also at home with friends and family.
While we agree with the Government that obesity rates are too high and need to be reduced, we do not believe additional taxes are the solution. There is no reliable