The November 10th Culture & Caring event to support Family Reach Foundation (FRF) was a great success! An amazing organization dedicated to providing heartfelt support and financial relief to families fighting cancer, Castle is proud to be a long-term partner of the foundation and support its efforts.
With the combined hard work of Family Reach Foundation, Castle, event sponsors and proud supporters, the Culture & Caring event raised more than $80,000 this year to help families struggling due to the overwhelming financial and emotional strain of having a child with cancer.Read More
Every time I have the pleasure of attending an event produced by our own events team, I am always awestruck by their attention to detail.
This was definitely the case at last week’s Boston Business Journal Summer Networking event which Castle sponsored and our events group helped to produce.Read More
Incentive programs go by many names — President’s Club, Chairman’s Club, Overachievers Program — but what’s in a name is less important than what is behind that name. A motivated, committed workforce, recognized through incentive programs that reward excellent performance, grows while others stagnate.
Incentive programs can create a measurable competitive advantage, particularly when economic conditions require a demonstrated ROI.
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How did you celebrate Earth Day last Friday? Here are companies that came up with good ideas.
The Earth Day Network celebrated the day through its ongoing campaign A Billion Acts of Green. The campaign website lets visitors register a local event, give to the cause or share the campaign via social media outlets; it also features the campaign’s several projects. In addition, visitors can pledge their green acts on the website or join the campaign on Facebook. The campaign goal is to deliver a billion Acts to world leaders at the 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to encourage them to stop climate change. So far, the campaign already inspired more than 100 million Acts of Green.Read More