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
At The Coca-Cola Company, water is the main ingredient in all our drinks. So for every drop we use, we give one back. Take a look at how we have reached our 2020 water replenishment goal five years ahead of schedule.
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Find out more about how we’ve achieved our water replenishment goal five years ahead of schedule.
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.
Nearly half-a-million tourists will descend on Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games. Many of those fans will be spending their time at Rio bars and restaurants, meeting people from all different countries and lapping up the Brazilian sunshine.
But when they're not carousing, they'll be watching sporting events all across the city. Which means they will be spending a good portion of their time at some of the key venues staging these events. Here,
With just a few days to go before the start of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, athletes and fans around the world are preparing for weeks of thrilling action, world records and personal triumphs in scenic Brazil.
Here’s a roundup of the people, places and events you need to know to prepare for every leap, lap and lunge when the action kicks off on the 5th August…
When Rio de Janeiro was announced as the host city in 2009, Brazil became
Editor Matthew Hepburn digs out five of his favourite items from the Coca-Cola archives in Atlanta – home to world’s largest collection of Coke memorabilia and merchandise.
Earlier this year I travelled across the pond for our annual #JourneyOn conference, where we spent several days discussing the future of this very website and digital media platform. While there, I also managed to sneak a peek of the Coca-Cola archives, one of the most sought-after
Before every Olympic Games comes the Olympic Torch Relay, where athletes, celebrities and fans carry the Olympic flame across continents, ending up at the stadium. As the longest continuous sponsor, Coca-Cola looks into this year's unique Rio 2016 Olympic Torch Relay.
In the last few weeks, the Olympic flame has flown in a hot-air balloon, travelled down a zip-line, hang-glided and caught rides on a stand-up paddleboard, a donkey and a steam
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
Find out more about the opening of a flagship EKOCENTER site in Ruhunda, Africa.
The solar-powered facility from The Coca-Cola Copmany will provide up to 25,000 local residents with access to a range of services – including wireless internet, mobile charging and purified water. It also includes a retail store, improved medical services, and the only fully lit football field outside Rwanda’s capital of Kigali.
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Elisabeth Kruger has an extraordinary job. She is Arctic and Bering Sea program officer for the World Wildlife Fund. This means she spends her time face-to-face with some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered species. We had a chat about her conservation work.
On the job!
“Before joining WWF, I received a degree in Russian from Grinnell College in Iowa and then headed to Siberia, where I lived and worked near Lake Baikal. I became fascinated