Table of contents:
Basic of European Green Capital Award
Corporation Social Responsibility and Triple Bottom Line
Discussion about CSR and TBL
Triple Bottom Line and GAP Inc.
This report will illustrate the GAP Inc., an international corporation. This corporation offers a range of fashion clothes and accessories. By using field analysis and research found on appropriate theory, this report is going to discuss how an operation works within GAP Inc. base on Triple Bottom Line (TBL) which is key aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
First of all, it will consider the definition of Triple Bottom Line (TBL) (John Elkington, 1977), and the literature review of economists about it
Then it will explain how GAP Inc. organizational structure supports to build connections between social and environmental responsibility but not ignore their profit as well as affects of TBL on GAP Inc.
as an evidence of TBL in practice is present
Gap Inc. is a global branch of the clothes and accessories retailer and its current headquartered is in San Francisco, California, United States. It established by Doris and Don Fisher in 1969 by a simple reason: Don could not find a pair of jeans that fit (gapinc.com). Gap Inc. is also a leading international specialty retailer of six branches - GAP, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Piperlime, Athleta and Intermix with over 3,400 stores and 136,000 employees around the world.
GAP Inc. in United Kingdom also has a headquartered in Berkeley Square in London. Besides, Bristol city also has two stores of GAP system. They are located one in Cabot Circus franchise and other in Cribbs Causeway.
With a message of co-founder, Don Fisher "let's do more than just sell...