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The concept of community doesn’t just revolve around a ‘neighbourhood’ or the ‘literal local’, but rather something much broader. A community can be a group of people who share a geographical area, or culture, ethnicity, religion, life circumstances or common interests. In the geographical context, a company’s local community may be described as the people in the area local to its operations. Generally speaking, the stronger and more vibrant the local community, the healthier and more resilient the local economy, the better off the businesses which operate within it.

Questions in this topic

  1. Supporting local economies
  2. Reducing social exclusion
  3. Supporting education locally
  4. Community groups & causes
  5. Impact on the local community