#DiscoverDevelopSucceed: 2500 young adults from Yerevan and regions will participate in free “Life skills” and “Business skills” trainings
AmCham and UMBA in collaboration with Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia CJSC organized an open discussion on April 5th. The aim of the meeting and topic for public discussion was excise tax, that has been widely discussed recently. The dialogue between public and private sectors was a good opportunity for a comprehensive discussion on this topic.
Mikael Bonde Nielsen is the Director of Economic Affairs at Coca‑Cola Public Policy Center, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Mikael Bonde Nielsen spoke about tax reform agenda, as well as sugar tax and soft drink tax in general.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia has introduced its new “Ask Coca‑Cola” platform – an interactive tool aimed at helping consumers find firsthand reliable information on the Company’s products, its history and activity in general.
On October 10 Yerevan hosted the first Economic Forum held within the frames of the XVII Summit of La Francophonie.
On July 13, Armenian Chamber of Commerce in Armenia (AmCham) and the Union of Manufacturers and Businessmen in Armenia (UMBA) organized a discussion on best practices and global trends of packaging and waste recycling. Local industry leaders and international organizations gathered to tackle the growing crisis of waste management, share expertise and discuss possible solutions to effectively address the vital issue in Armenia.
As already became a tradition, in the run-up to FIFA World Cup 2018 Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia has been holding a special ““FIFA World Cup 2018”” promotion. The main prize is a ticket to one of FIFA World Cup 2018 quarterfinals.
On June 5, the USAID-funded Participatory Utilization and Resource Efficiency of Water (PURE Water) project partner communities, in collaboration with Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia celebrated the World Environment Day. The event aimed to increase public awareness about the efficient water management of groundwater resources in Ararat Valley and promote behavioral change among the water-users.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia celebrates International Children’s day, making it more festive for the children of Orran charitable organization. Company’s participation in the organized festivities to celebrate this special day have already become traditional over the last 20 years of its activity in Armenia.
#DiscoverDevelopSucceed 300 youth took part in a “Life skills” training in Yerevan
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Hayanist community’s irrigation system has been reconstructed, rehabilitating more than 40 hectares of agricultural land. Thanks to the project, the flow of emigration from the community has dropped by 50-60%, and the life of the Hayanist community dweller has improved.
Hayanist community's irrigation system has been reconstructed, rehabilitating irrigation of more than 40 hectares of agricultural land. Hayanist is the first village, where irrigation of community land is being carried out using the returning water of nearby fish farms.