This case study examines different Shared Value strategies the filipino conglomerate established in the education, health, finance, and energy sectors.
François Fevrier, CEO of Water in SUEZ Asia, tells us about their subsidiary Macao Water, which has helped save 2 million m3 of water and is recognized as the benchmark of performance excellence in China's water industry.
Nestlé Hong Kong launched the Nestlé for Healthier Kids Programme in 2017. In this interview, May Chung, General Manager, Nestlé Hong Kong Limited, explains the why and how of a global programme helping children lead healthier lives while creating value for the business.
In this interview, Judy Wong, Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Tricor Group, and Director of SVIHK, explains how Tricor solves some of their pain points through their purpose portfolio and how this forward-thinking approach has helped them through the pandemic.
Over the past several years, FrieslandCampina (Hong Kong) Limited (“FCHK”), a subsidiary of Royal FrieslandCampina, has been taking major steps to preserve and enhance a vital aspect of Hong Kong’s culture via a series of expansive initiatives that have long-lasting, rewarding outcomes. These initiatives have helped to fulfill local dreams via new job opportunities, boosted confidence amongst various sectors of the community and enabled cherished traditions to continue amongst a new generation, with one of the main goals being that a unique city tradition will carry on well into the future.
In 2018, Barclays was named on Fortune Magazine’s 2018 “Change The World” list for the first time. The list was created to recognise companies that have had a positive social impact via activities that form part of their core business strategy.
Today, more than 2 billion people in the world are overweight or obese and 800 million are malnourished. To bring our purpose into action, we believe there is a need to help new generation to adapt healthier eating habit and proper physical activity.
With over 18,000 employees in Hong Kong, the MTR Corporation (MTR) faces a talent shortage when 20% of Hong Kong’s population, and there for some of their employees, is going to reach retirement age within the next decade.