Growing our Impact with a Range of New Engagements

Junxion continues to expand its impact with exciting new clients and projects.

Over the last couple of months, Junxion has added a number of clients across our three offices. Here are a few highlights we’d like to share:

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Junxion India has been engaged by Solidaridad, an international organisation that works towards sustainable production of several commodities. Through a series of storytelling projects, we are supporting their strategic goals of measurably improving farmer livelihoods and stewarding local resources.

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As well, the team in India is now working with Sightsavers, another international NGO that works to address avoidable blindness and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities. Our work with Sightsavers is supporting all facets of their fundraising and communications over the coming months.

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Junxion Vancouver’s Mike Rowlands led a panel on marketing, and Chantal Schauch led a workshops on Crowdfunding, at September’s Social Venture Institute (SVI) at Hollyhock on Cortes Island. Junxion is a long-time sponsor of the conference, which is part of Hollyhock’s Leadership Institute series of events. Mike is also an Executive Producer of the five-day international business conference that brings together a community of 150 multi-generational entrepreneurs from across sectors working at the cutting edge of values-based business.

In Vancouver, we also have new projects with the Developmental Disabilities Association, Inclusion BC, and a local community supported fishery, Skipper Otto. In the London office, we are gearing up for the reporting season – with added extras. We are working with some existing clients on their next CSR reports, helping with sourcing content and writing. We are also advising them on how reporting fits into the bigger picture of all their CSR communications.

If you want some ideas about how you can use your report to further your overall CSR communications, see this article on our website about things to consider for your report and how you can use it to engage people internally.

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