(PRESS RELEASE) – Redcot is excited to announce the premiere issue of ApaNa Magazine, a specialized publication for
Sustainability and Social Engagement in the Caribbean.
ApaNa is a semi-annual magazine of global contemporary design for business executives, social leaders and anyone who is interested in human development. Filled with international and Caribbean-influenced content, ApaNa bridges the gap between the corporate and non-profit sectors to promote sustainable development and social engagement in the Caribbean. ApaNa covers topics on environmental and social issues, sustainable business practices, social good and the commitment of organisations and people to the communities they work in.
“ApaNa provides an independent platform for communication and collaboration on sustainability and social responsibility challenges, developments and strategies for the Caribbean. We leverage storytelling with articles on
sustainability, business and marketing trends, social causes and community investment. ApaNa shares the work that companies and partners are doing together. We also offer executive perspectives to motivate and inspire organisations, people and communities in the region to take action,” Deborah Hackshaw, the magazine’s founder said.
This first issue features interviews with people and organisations that are making a difference in our communities. It includes articles to provide an overview of what is happening to protect our environment and sustainability in the Caribbean. The issue also provides an insight on corporate social responsibility, philanthropy and cause-marketing and highlights the coming trends such as the circular economy.
ApaNa covers ten (10) Caribbean countries namely: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago. ApaNa is now available online at ApaNa Magazine Issue 1 December 2019 or at www.apanamagazine.com
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