Visible Network Labs is Proud to Be A Best For Colorado Company
What is the Best for Colorado Program?The Alliance Center’s Best for Colorado program serves as the hub for corporate social responsibility for Colorado businesses. It allows companies to measure and improve their social and environmental impact, regardless of where they are on their corporate social responsibility journey. As a startup, we’ve begun reviewing our impacts and creating action plans to improve as we grow over time.
VNL’s Commitment for the FutureEach Best for Colorado company makes its own list of commitments to improve its social and environmental impact in the future. Some examples include providing paid time off for community service, development community partnerships, and providing pro bono or discounted services to underprivileged organizations and movements. We’ll continue to track our progress toward these goals and share more information in the future about our progress.
This is What It Means to Be a Social Enterprise.It’s easy to say you’re a social enterprise or socially responsible company, but it takes commitment to act on those words. We are excited to publicly put ourselves on notice as a Best for Colorado company, so you can help us remain accountable to our clients, communities and planet.
Visible Network Labs is Proud to Be a Best for Colorado Company.Is your company interested in learning more about the Best for Colorado company? Visit the Alliance Center website for resources, tools and more information to join this ever-growing community of social enterprises.
About the Author: Alex Derr, M.P.A.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Alex joined VNL in 2017, originally supporting our events. He now helps manages our communications and marketing strategy and content development work. Alex creates blogs, infographics, reports, and other content while managing our web and social media presence. He also runs our email marketing campaigns, tracks analytics, and conducts market research to drive our strategy. He supports our entire team with copywriting, graphic design and research, and helps with events, webinars, demos, and other online learning. When he isn’t at work Alex spends his time climbing 14ers (24 done, 34 to go!) and blogging on his own website, The Next Summit Blog.
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