The majority of Corporate Community Investment (CCI) professionals say their CCI budgets would either stay the same or increase in the coming year, according to the London Benchmarking Group Australia and New Zealand.
LBG Australia and New Zealand has conducted their 12th annual Review of Community Investment, which surveyed LBG and non-LBG members on their programs. The survey found that 39% said that their budgets would increase in the coming year, while 59% saying their budgets would remain the same. Half of LBG respondents indicated budget increases, compared to one third of non-LBG respondents; and half of LBG respondents indicated budgets would remain the same, compared to 63% of non-LBG members.
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