The BID’s CSR strategy encourages businesses to make a positive impact on the environment, local residents, employees and visitors.
With a bustling business community from local coffee shops to luxury hotels and independent dance companies to global management consultants, all of our businesses, of their sector or size, recognise that their employees or customers are their greatest assets to business growth and competitive advantage.
Throughout the year the BID aims to address a number of themes including positive wellbeing, education and apprenticeships, volunteering and wise-giving activities.
A number of projects and seminars will be delivered to address these and the BID will also support local SME’s through the delivery of workshops whilst engaging with local schools to equip students for the world of work.
With the promotion of diversity and inclusivity through our projects the BID, in conjunction with the business community, will showcase the Northbank as a great place to work with endless opportunity.
At Northbank BID we are looking in to how we can encourage an uptake in cycling within our footprint, to help improve the air we breathe along with everyone’s health & wellbeing.Find out more
The Northbank BID represents the business and local community and have made it our priority to enhance the area so those within thrive. To uphold our main objectives, we are asked for responses to various consultations which take place.View responses
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy to
promote positive overall wellbeing within our footprint for employees
and residents, The Northbank BID champions workplace wellbeing.
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As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy to promote positive overall wellbeing within our footprint for employees and residents, The Northbank BID champions workplace wellbeing. What is Workplace […]
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The CSR Steering Group meets quarterly to discuss issues of interest from local businesses including employment opportunities for younger candidates through apprenticeship schemes and internships.
If you would like to join the Northbank CSR Steering Group to hear of local opportunities, meet your neighbours and have a say in what activities we plan, please contact us.