Mastercard: Core strengths addressed to core needs

Crossroads has seen Mastercard truly ‘walk the walk’ when it comes to helping the poor, with projects using their core strengths in refugee camps and developing nations. After sponsoring our ‘A Day in the Life of a Refugee’ simulation at the World Economic Forum, Mastercard asked us to bring more simulation experiential programmes to their London office. We ran the Struggle for Survival simulation for 50 staff, another building block for a company already deeply, and strategically, committed to using their core strengths for those who are disenfranchised.

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Mastercard: Core strengths addressed to core needs

Crossroads has seen Mastercard truly ‘walk the walk’ when it comes to helping the poor, ...

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Experiential learning and the refugee crisis

As the world struggles with the current refugee challenge, our UK team has put special ...

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Refugee Run at Davos, 2016

See coverage from CNN and more from our most recent Refugee Run in Davos. For other press ...

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