share names of all corporates in corporate folder and not share
them countrywise ?
know people across the world call a corporate as a corporate.
Yes, they will then say corporate in Thane or India or Pakistan
or USA or North Korea or South Korea. But what is important is
corporate is called as a corporate.
Yes, we know
there are different laws in different countries for corporates
like formation, income tax, CSR ... these will be shared on the
page of corporates countrywise.
not share corporates industrywise ?
think this again and again but we know that many corporates work
in more than one industry. So there will be repetition.
are MNCs who work in many countries ?
But we plan to share their name in all the countries where they
are registered, which means an MNC working in 100 countries will
be shared in 100 country pages where it is registered. There is
no duplication because the laws in each country can be different.
we share links to the corporate official websites ?
But not in the corporate folder.
It will be shared in the Social, Health, Climate folders because
CSRidentity.com is a Global Bank of Information on Social, Health,
Climate Issues (GBI SHCI), so we share them in related issue pages.
Again, if a corporate works on Skill Development in many countries,
then under the skill development forum, we share them as many
times as countries where they work and link to each country will
be the official link of that country on the corporate's official
website and not on the link to the headquarter office. So we will
say HSBC India or HSBC China ... and give link to the India official
website of HSBC or China official website of HSBC and these will
be shared countrywise in the Skill Development folder.
If a company
works on Skill Development, Water, Environment, then we will share
their name 3 times in related countries in related issue folders
because we save the time of the visitor, which means if the visitor
is interested only on Water issue, the visitor will go to Water
Forum and not any other forum.
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