It's been another incredible year at Coca-Cola, from celebrating our 130th anniversary to launching several new drinks, and meeting global sustainability targets like water replenishment. Here are just a few of our favourite #CokeJourney stories and videos from 2016.
Our 130th anniversary
We celebrated an important milestone this year – Coca-Cola’s 130th anniversary! Back in 1886, while the Statue of Liberty was still being built, the first
As I prepared to take part in the Women’s Forum Global Meeting last week in Deauville, France, I asked myself a question I’m often asked by others: Why am I a feminist?
My answer is two-fold. On the one hand, working to foster gender equality is the right thing to do. As a more practical matter, it is also good for business and for economic and social progress around the world.
I’ve always believed women should have every opportunity to
In 2010, Coca-Cola launched its global 5by20 initiative to help enable the economic empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs across the business by 2020. Six years later, the initiative made it to Dundee in Scotland. Trish MacGloane is one of the women entrepreneurs from the local area on the 5by20 business course, here's what she thinks...
Why I took part in 5by20
I heard about 5by20 after networking with other small business startups here in
In 2010, Coca-Cola launched its global 5by20 initiative. In 2016, the programme made it to Scotland, where Dundee local Mandy Martin took part. We spoke to Mandy about the challenges of entrepreneurism, the 5by20 course and her advice for aspiring women entrepreneurs...
Why I took part in 5by20
I heard about the 5by20 initiative in Dundee when I was meeting with a friend looking at an office space. The course leader, Agate, was there to have a meeting
In 2010, Coca-Cola launched 5by20, a global initiative to enable the economic empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs across the company's value chain by 2020. In 2016, the initiative made it to Dundee in Scotland, where Agate Kasmina is leading a course in catering and business for local women. We spoke to her about the course and why the world needs 5by20.
The 5by20 initiative
The 5by20 initiative in Dundee is all about providing women who
Giving never looked so good. This Christmas, as you look for the perfect gift for that special someone, you can also do a little good in the world with a purchase that helps empower women entrepreneurs.
Each one-of-a-kind, handmade item in our 5by20 artisan collection is created by a female artisan using her creativity and resourcefulness to turn packaging (sometimes discarded as waste) into beauty. It’s better than guilt-free shopping; it’s do-good
For the first time, Coca-Cola’s global 5by20 programme, which aims to empower 5 million women entrepreneurs by 2020, launches in Dundee, Scotland. Find out how women in the region are learning valuable catering and business skills from weekly classes at a custom-built Coke Café.
A state-of-the-art kitchen, brand new classroom facilities and a room full of bright, young hopefuls. That’s what you can expect to find at the Coke Café in Dundee, where
4 Oct 2016
A global programme from Coca-Cola which aims to empower five million women by 2020 is launching in Scotland for the first time. Coca-Cola Great Britain, working in partnership with local charity, Showcase the Street is bringing the 5by20 programme to Scotland, with a new initiative in Dundee to help women in the region set up their own catering businesses.
The new programme is offering aspiring female food and drink entrepreneurs the opportunity
With sustainability integrated into every aspect of our business, we have long embraced the concept that doing good is good business. This year, Fortune magazine recognised Coca-Cola for this approach by including the company on its “Change the World” list.
We ranked No. 11 on the list of 50 companies, earning recognition for our 5by20 programme, which aims to enable the economic empowerment of 5 million
I was honoured to participate in this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions (AMNC) – a gathering of over 1,500 participants across government, civil society and the private sector – in Tianjin, China. Also known as “Summer Davos”, my conversations here were engaging and far-ranging. I was inspired by my fellow participants and how we are collectively working to drive innovation, sustainability and large-scale transformations