Edelman Korea’s Position on CSR in Korea

More on this to come, but please follow the link to learn more about Edelman Korea’s view on CSR in Korea just published today: The Greater Good: CSR and the Strategic Management of Reputation in Korea (English version) or 기업의 사회적 책임과 전략적 명성관리 (Korean version).

The Corporati team would be delighted to hear your thoughts. 

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5 Responses to Edelman Korea’s Position on CSR in Korea

  1. Todd says:

    Great research and thanks for publishing! As a foreign marketing director working in Korea, it is very helpful to read this.

  2. Keith Morrison says:

    Thanks todd. Been a bit quite recently but will be a but more vocal from March. Keep reading

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