14 April 2014
The next time you order a beer, you should know that while you are raising a glass to your friends, tens of thousands of farmers, brewers, packagers, distributors, landlords and restaurateurs are saying “cheers” back.
Nicola Jowell explains why the SAB Foundation is investing in social innovation - businesses with high impact potential for overcoming social challenges and helping ‘make the world a better place’.
Anna Swaithes reports from the Grow Africa Forum on the critical role of women in agriculture, and the need for a business approach to agriculture.
Earlier today I was pleased to present the first ever SABMiller Responsible Retailer award at a ceremony in London hosted by the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII), the professional body for people working in the licensed retail sector.
Andy Wales on why job creation and entrepreneurship matters in Africa.
SABMiller has announced a programme to support 40,000 small retailers, or 'Tenderos', in Latin America.
Cassava beer arrives in Ghana. Adjoba Kyiamah looks at its wider impact.
Ahead of the SABMiller/Guardian Nexus Debates, Andy Wales explains what the nexus is and why it matters to SABMiller.
Ask most people in the UK about the importance of pubs and they’ll say they’re a great part of our culture and the heart of the community. But times are tough for pubs. Fourteen a week are closing, according to the Campaign for Real Ale – losing out to the growing trend of drinking at home.