Companies should be seen not only as providers of jobs and wealth, but also as agents of development in other areas (social, cultural, environmental, legal, educational, sports ...) of the communities to which they are part of.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is fundamental to Marie-Noëlle Communications Agency’s company values, and we offer CSR management to businesses as part of our services.

Since the agency was founded it has been committed to three primary areas within CSR:

  1. Improving the welfare (both locally and globally) of those in need, particularly focusing on organisations that benefit children.
  2. Supporting both businesses and female employeesto end gender-related discrimination in the workplace.
  3. Aiding the development of local, regional, national and international culture.

CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is defined as "the active and voluntary contribution along with the social, economic and environmental improvement from companies and organisations, usually with the goal of implementing competitiveness and added value."

Among our core values ​​is improving the welfare (both locally and globally) of those in need, particularly those organisations that benefit children.

Marie-Noëlle communications agency supports females in both occupation and business in relation to the decline in employment and the discrimination against women.