Brands For Good
ARIBA has launched a code on responsible and inclusive business which seeks to outline the expectations the ASEAN community has of businesses operating in the region, regardless of size. While acknowledging that Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) may not have the same capabilities as larger enterprises, the code encourages them to observe its guidelines to the fullest extent possible.
Being a Brands for Good winner doesn't end with accepting the award at the ceremony. Rather, it marks a milestone in a company's efforts to do good.
WHEN Lee Li Ping founded frozen yogurt brand Sogurt in 2010, three months after graduating from university, she had a larger purpose: To build "healthy individuals, families and communities".
HAVING been in the construction industry for 30 years, Charles Lim has had more than his fair share of problems with flooring; whether it was during construction or after handing over the project to the client.
Landscaping company Amozonia’s founder, Mr Rajendran, believes in connecting their clients to nature.
GTR Ventures is an investment and venture building company that looks beyond the bottom line when it comes to deciding where to channel its capital.
SINGAPORE-BASED tech start-up Lumin(ai)re has developed a tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically create online advertisements by determining consumer tastes based on regional, cultural and product category variables.
Online market place Bigg World was established last year to help local merchants more effectively reach out to digital-savvy shoppers.
OSTEOPORE International specialises in the production of 3D printed implants that are used in surgical procedures to assist with the natural stages of bone healing.
THE Love & Respect Transformation Centre (L&RTC) is a socially-conscious business that provides education and mentorship programmes to help people reach their life and career goals.
Independent financial advisory (IFA) firm Financial Alliance offers a huge range of choice to its customers.
BIG Tiny is the first company in Singapore to integrate the concept of "tiny houses" with eco-tourism, improving the lives of rural farmers and city dwellers.
RECOGNISING the growing importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the region, the ASEAN Responsible and Inclusive Business Alliance (ARIBA) was set up to establish a network of businesses to promote responsible, inclusive and sustainable enterprises.
Carbon emissions contribute to climate change, which in turn leads to hotter weather and rising sea levels, threatening low-lying countries like Singapore.
After almost 10 years as a banker, Jacinta Ong decided to pursue something more meaningful in her life. That led her to starting a business called Tea Ideas in 2012 that provides healthy tea products to consumers.
Helping smaller companies to do good. That's the aim of Brands For Good, a positive impact business recognition programme that fills a niche in the corporate social responsibility space (CSR) in Singapore and the region.
In less than two years, the Brands for Good movement has grown into a force for inspiring companies to make a positive impact through their businesses.