The Black Book Announces The First Corporate Sustainability Reporting Competition
Press release from the issuing company
New York, NY March 20, 2007 -- The Black Book is proud to announce it is in collaboration with founding partners; Pictorial Offset Printing, the largest privately-owned, single-facility commercial printer in the United States and Neenah Paper Inc, manufacturer and distributor of premium and specialty paper grades. The Black Book, publishers of the AR100 Awards Show Book is set to launch the “CSR Guide” in its 2007 AR100 Award Show book, set to be released in late summer 2007. This addition has been established to begin recognizing corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability reporting. The Black Book Organization is the premiere resource in commercial photography for over 70,000 global Art Directors, Designers, Creative Directors, Editors and Publishers.
As an addition to the already popular AR100 Award Show book, the CSR guide will be added to the existing printed publication, which celebrates the overall design in Annual Reports. The CSR Guide will premiere as a competition of the design and content matter of Corporate Sustainability Reports, where corporations, designers, photographers, paper companies and printers can exhibit their excellence in quality while demonstrating their corporate social responsibility.
More details of the CSR100 competition will be announced in the upcoming year.
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