NagaWorld, through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm ‘Kind Hearts’, continues to reiterate its commitment towards the development of Cambodian youth through various channels.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between NagaWorld and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport earlier last week, entailing a year-long sponsorship of education materials and stationery sets to 55 primary schools in 11 provinces.
Foreign Trade Bank of Cambodia (FTB) has continuously been taking part in various corporate social responsibility activities (CSR) in its 40 years of banking operation.
In the modern age, the true success of a corporation is not measured on its business model alone.
CSR has become the buzz word for companies all over the world and Cambodia is no exception.
Cellcard celebrates the success of its partnership with FFC in driving healthy living and sporting excellence across the Kingdom
When Cellcard entered its partnership with the Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC), it was the ability to reach youth in every province that excited the team the most.
“Investing today for the needs of tomorrow” is a motto of Jef Moon, a Belgian businessman.
CSR is not only about spending money on charity, but also about coming up with innovative business models that can bring good value to society.
EXO Travel has advocated for responsible tourism since its inception and has since expanded across the region raising more awareness to issues and impact tourism has on the environment.
TOTAL Cambodge sees itself as a ‘stakeholder’ in the country it operates.
“Put people first” and “initiate change to progress” are mottos Thalias’ core values greatly resonate with.
Throughout its 100-year history, the Socfin Group, an international European-owned company specialising in the rubber and palm oil industry
“I think it’s very important that employees and all members of the company engage themselves in CSR activities,”
Ratanak is an IT graduate from AEU. After graduating, he started a job as a data entry staff that earned him an income of 100$ per month in a private company.
Although Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is considered a form of corporate self-regulation, it does not mean that it is limited only to adults.
With the belief that leading companies have a vital role to play in the overall development of the Kingdom of Cambodia
“It’s not supposed to be purely an image thing, you have to be part of society,”
Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. (“edotco Cambodia”), an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company in Cambodia
ACE wins two awards at the 11th Annual Global CSR Summit and Awards 2019.
NagaWorld to remove single-use plastic straws from its operations from next January.
Since its inception 23 years ago, the multi-award winning, world-class integrated resort NagaWorld has consistently contributed positively to the nation building and development of the economy of Cambodia.
Every company has both written and unwritten obligations to make the world a better place for the present and future generations.
Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is a common term among companies and private agencies.
As a leading company in the Cambodian hospitality industry, Thalias Hospitality Group takes its corporate social responsibility (CSR) seriously.
Should the media, such as a newspaper group, try its best to be socially responsible, in the same way as a corporate body? Danapal Govindasamy tries to answer this question.
About 850 high school students, who are undoubtedly the cream of the crop when it comes to academics and passion, have benefited from the “Sharing the Dream” programme that was founded in 2014.
Experts advise for a socially responsible business practices at a CSR Platform.
With the latest expansion, NagaWorld complex features a world class integrated resort with an investment cost exceeding USD1.5 billion.
Chinese firms meet with the government and NGOs to resolve investment project conflicts.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights conducted a half-day training session under the theme of “Business and Human Rights” last week.