As we move towards the future, much of nature has been sacrificed. Yet even so major corporates here are working towards saving what’s left.
Taking the path to sustainability offers myriad benefits to a company, including creating positive social and environmental impact, and bringing in more profits.
Selangor Dredging Bhd is leading the way when it comes to employing special needs youth and people with disabilities.
At a time when Malaysians seemed more focused on what divides us than anything else, it took a massive flood to make us come together as one nation.
‘Food For Good.’ The philosophy that fuels F&B entrepreneur Ronald Khoo’s recently launched Mango Chili restaurant reflects an encouraging trend that’s rising this year among Malaysian eateries: A hunger to give back to society through inventive new ideas.
How can companies ‘sell’ their corporate social responsibility (CSR) message in a relevant and effective way? In forthcoming weeks, Business Circle will be looking at how some companies are adopting a ‘think outside the box’ approach in their CSR efforts. We start with DiGi today.
“Accidental entrepreneur” Brenda James on the early days, local floristry and giving back to the community.
Former journalist, Mary Anne Tan, is on a life mission to help single mothers become financially stable. She also shares with Business Circle on how inner fulfilment can be achieved through helping others in their time of need.
Everyone needs a helping hand
Regular readers of CSR Asia will know that I am no fan of CSR awards. If a company does CSR effectively then it does it because there is a strong business case to do so. Companies recognise that what they do will be seen by their stakeholders as meaningful and impactful. But just in case […]
Companies take different approaches to integrating CSR into their business practices. For example, companies in highly regulated industries such as pharmaceutical companies may focus their CSR efforts on following strict rules and regulations.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders. CSR is generally understood as being the way through which a company achieves a balance of economic, environmental and social imperatives while at the same time addressing the expectations of shareholders […]
In the aftermath of the London 2012 Olympics Games, sports is taking center stage in many people’s lives right now. Sports has always been an influential channel in terms of reaching and engaging people from across the entire social and demographic spectrum. A growing number of organisations have implemented CSR initiatives that use sports as […]