As media partner of the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre's (NVPC) Company of Good programme, The Business Times is featuring examples of impactful corporate giving in Singapore. Each Monday over the next few months, BT will feature some founding members of the Company of Good initiative, which aims to make goodness the business of every organisation. The series will showcase how firms – large or small, homegrown or multinational – have taken steps to serve underprivileged communities.

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FOR corporate giving initiatives to succeed, companies should place emphasis on ensuring that they are run with clear purpose, focus, relevance and long-term commitment - thoughts not lost on United...

COMPANY OF GOOD

EIGHT organisations and individuals were given awards by Singapore President Halimah Yacob in recognition of their efforts towards volunteerism and philanthropy. The prizes were presented at the...

COMPANY OF GOOD

BUSINESS leaders would be remiss to take their eyes off outcomes - think profitability, or productivity. Yet, zooming in on outcomes doesn't come as naturally when thinking about the...

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THE nature of a ripple effect is affecting and enormous: An action of tossing a stone into water can create a continuous forward motion. It is simple, yet the results can be distinctly powerful.

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SINCE the late 1980s, Jack Yu's parents - as owners of Dynasties Antiques and Arts Gallery and Da Tang Fine Arts - have been giving local and foreign artists opportunities to express and develop...

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THE Singapore Exchange Bull Charge is an annual fixture on the local corporate calendar. Like the corporate scene here - and the bourse itself - the charity event has grown and changed over the 13...