Family Federation of Finland: Raising the subject of combining work and family into public discussion
The 48th Almedalen week is almost over for this time and it has been the biggest and most successful one ever. Bigger, more relevant and now also digitalised thanks to Miltton Labs success app Mingla.
The annual Stockholm Philanthropy Symposium brought together approximately 200 experts from international and regional organisations, NGO’s, private sector and grant-making institutions to discuss what could and should be the role of philanthropy in addressing today’s global challenges.
Christina Dahlblom, experienced leadership coach and consultant with a Ph.D. in Marketing, is joining Miltton Group. This broadens Miltton’s strategic offering into management and leadership development.
Is a strong employer brand actually, or at least partly, the result of a strong corporate brand? One thing is for sure though; an employer brand is a complex phenomenon, built by different kinds of messages and experiences and in different contexts.
It is showcase time! Miltton opens its doors to Finnish marketing, communications and public affairs professionals.
Leading professionals at Sustainable Business Day 2016 in Stockholm, the largest arena for sustainability in the Nordics, seemed to agree on at least one thing: the ball is in the private sector’s court to make sustainable development a reality
Miltton recruits Johannes Schulman to further develop expertise of capital markets and company reorganisations in communications
Miltton is founding a new subsidiary, Miltton Markets. Johannes Schulman, an expert on Finnish and Nordic capital markets, will be the managing director. The subsidiary will add to Miltton’s portfolio of financial communications, focusing especially on strategic financial communications, capital markets, and changes in a company’s present state, as well as related associated services.
The private sector undeniably has a crucial role in driving sustainable development, as is also evident in the new UN Sustainable Development Goals. In addition to improving their own performance, companies are increasingly held accountable for social and environmental impacts further up in their value chain. This is justified, as the scale, risk intensity and development opportunities are often greater in the supply chain.