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How we actually work at Coca-Cola

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Tonight Coca-Cola was featured on Channel 4’s Dispatches programme in a way that I feel did not accurately or fairly reflect the business I lead in Great Britain today. I want to be clear about what actually happens at Coca-Cola, how we operate as a responsible business and engage with a wide range of people and organisations who want to know more about our business – including those we do not always agree with. We’ve been around for more than 130

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Coca-Cola Employees Sleep Rough to Raise Money for Homeless Charity

Project Give is a Coca-Cola European Partners sales and marketing initiative, encouraging corporate teams to take time out of their busy schedules to dedicate to a charity of their choice. Director Mark Dewhurst and his Revenue Growth Management team chose homeless charity the Cardinal Hume Centre and have so far raised £2,219. As well as fundraising, Mark and his team have been involved in several charity events, including the CEO Sleepout. He tells

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Every Bottle Counts in a Circular Economy

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Resource efficiency has long been at the heart of our thinking around sustainability, particularly when it comes to our packaging. We have made positive progress across our business in recent years. But we know there is much more to be done – by Coca-Cola and by the wider industry – to minimise the materials we use; reduce waste; improve packaging recycling rates; as well as tackle litter. That’s why we have embarked on a review of our sustainable

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Behind the headlines: here’s what we really think about packaging, litter and recycling

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Coca-Cola Great Britain, General Manager Jon Woods talks about sustainable packaging, recycling and reducing litter and what the company’s position on these issues really is. Our packaging is really valuable to us – it’s essential for our business and for people to be able to enjoy our drinks. Therefore we are focused on how we can use less and recover and recycle more. That starts with what goes into our packaging in the first place.

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Coca-Cola completes Western European 'Journey'

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And then there were twelve. A dozen Coca-Cola Journey sites launched or relaunched in the space of two years in all the countries that make up Western Europe, The Coca-Cola Company's second-largest business unit: Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium and Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. Following in the footsteps of the flagship

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Video: Modern pop artist Pakpoom Silaphan reimagines Coca-Cola iconography

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Director of Heritage Communications, Ted Ryan explains how he first came across artwork featuring Coca-Cola by Thai artist, Pakpoom Siliphan. Watch the video interview to discover more about Pakpoom's fascination with cultural and commercial icons... Several years ago, I hopped in a cab outside the Museum of Modern Art in New York with a coworker, who pulled out his phone and showed me an interesting piece of art featuring a Coke bottle. The artist,

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Health and wellbeing: Our investments to-date

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We are committed to being a helpful partner in the fight against obesity. To do this we are focusing our efforts on reducing the sugar in our drinks and offering a range of lower and no sugar drinks, providing smaller portions including our 250ml can, helping people to make informed choices about the drink they choose by putting the government’s voluntary colour-coded labelling scheme on the front of all of our packs and increasing our marketing

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Leading the way: The innovative ways the soft drinks industry is helping to reduce people’s sugar intake

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Gavin Partington is the Director General of the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA). The BSDA is the collective voice of the British soft drinks industry. Here he explains the innovative ways the sector is helping to lead the way in sugar reduction. And how these efforts have helped to bring about a 16% reduction in the amount of sugar British people are consuming from soft drinks over the past 4 years. I’ve been with the British Soft Drinks Association

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Behind the scenes of the Capital Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola 2016

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We’re proud to be sponsoring Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball for the third time, and it’s fast approaching! So, we sat with Global’s Director of Marketing, Adam Johnson, who oversees Capital’s marketing and communications, to get the behind the scenes scoop on this wonderful winter weekend of music. For some, Christmas is all about carols. For others, it’s all about cheesy Christmas classics. But for 30,000 hit music fans on the 3rd and 4th of December,

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A Coke for Christmas: How we're spreading festive cheer this season

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With Christmas just around the corner we’ve got lots in store for fans. This year our marketing campaign focuses on how the festive period should be about spending time with friends and family, and saying thank you with simple gestures. Louise Maugest, Coca-Cola Senior Brand Manager, explains in more detail... For the second year in a row, I have the exciting job of launching our Christmas campaign. While we’re bringing back fan-favourites, such

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