CSR, patronage, philanthropy : how to reconcile private initiatives with public interest?[Proceedings] by Virginie Seghers

2010-05-03

Virginie Seghers is currently working as a consultant in CSR, patronage and philanthropy.

Virginie Seghers knows how to build up a rich and diverse career, staying committed to her beliefs. Consultant, writer, teacher, artist and mother at a time, she represents an individual and deliberate character. Specialized in the field of patronage and philanthropy, she works on the reinforcement of the link between company and culture, and solidarity and environment.

Quote article  Virginie Seghers, « CSR, patronage, philanthropy : how to reconcile private initiatives with public interest? », 03 may 2010, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/127.sls

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