Every day, The Coca-Cola Company refreshes people around the world more than 1.9 billion times through 500-plus sparkling and still soft drinks brands. So who are the people responsible for this, and where does the magic happen?
The driving force behind this unparalleled portfolio is a world-class team of 123,000 Coca-Cola employees around the globe. And empowering these associates is a network of cutting-edge Coca-Cola offices
Last month we had a knock on the door from our “noisy” neighbours at Wigmore Hall Learning. They’re the team responsible for inspiring new connections between people and music at the country’s leading international music venue, and they came to ask us a small favour...
Each year, Wigmore Hall selects a handful of talented students from colleges across London to put on their own 45-minute show at the concert hall, from selecting an artist through
James McColgan, 29, from Crayford, is a local resident and long-serving engineer at Coca-Cola Enterprises’ Sidcup factory, where some of Coca-Cola Great Britain’s most popular drinks are made. He’s also the star of Coca-Cola Enterprises’ new ‘Made in GB’ campaign, which celebrates the bottler’s local heritage with a set of regional adverts.
James, whose official title is Asset Care Coordinator, joins two young apprentices from Coca-Cola Enterprises’
In the lead up to International Women’s Day, Coca-Cola Enterprises has profiled several female members of its workforce to ask them what it means to be a woman in manufacturing today.
The series comes at a time when the sector is suffering from skills shortages across Europe, and one serious gap is the low number of women. Maryanne Proctor, from the bottler’s Edmonton factory, discusses her role and reflects some of the challenges she’s faced, as
Joan O’Connor has been working at Coca-Cola for almost 18 years – she claims she came straight from school! She’s currently Brand PR Director for Western Europe, and just got back from Paris where she helped launch Coca-Cola's new global marketing campaign, Taste The Feeling. In the first of our ‘Day in the Life’ series, Joan, who lives with her 14 year-old daughter in a small village called Pitsford, in Northamptonshire, takes us through a typical
In the last of our #GradLife series, Maddy McKenzie shares some highlights from the Coca-Cola Enterprises graduate scheme, and her time at Coca-Cola Great Britain. Read on to find out how she met Justin Bieber, and what tips she has for those applying for grad schemes this year.
Why did you apply for the graduate scheme?
I’ve always wanted to work in in the food and drink industry, and one of my first jobs was at Waitrose. Coca-Cola is such
"When we look at what has worked best for us over the past 125 years, it has not been about a single big-bang product innovation, a new marketing breakthrough or a bullet-proof business model. The secret to our secret formula has always been the power of the relationships and partnerships our people have forged all around the world." -- Muhtar Kent
We believe that dialogue with a wide-range of external stakeholders is critical
Our commitment to respecting human rights is fundamental to our 2020 Vision and our ability to operate a successful global enterprise.
At The Coca-Cola Company, respect for human and workplace rights is engrained in our culture and guides our interactions with bottling partners, suppliers, customers, consumers, employees and the communities we serve. Our Human Rights Policy, along with our Supplier Guiding Principles, establishes
In the last #GradLife series, Corinna Litscher revealed what life’s like on the Coca-Cola Enterprises graduate scheme, which included playing tennis with none other than Boris Johnson! In this series Pippa Collins unbottles a few stories about her experience, and what she enjoys about the scheme.
Why did you apply for the graduate scheme?
I’d heard a lot about the benefits of graduate schemes, and the rotational aspect of Coca-Cola Enterprises’ programme
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