Luxury hotel Grand Millennium Dubai made a special contribution to humanitarian organisations, Mercy Corps and The International Rescue Committee (IRC), joining global efforts to support Syrian refugees in crisis.
UAE-based Time Hotels Management, was awarded the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Dubai Chamber) CSR Label Award for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
Launched in 2010 to reward corporate commitment to CSR
Officials from the Landmark Hotels and Suites, a unit of UAE's Landmark Zenath Group, recently visited the Family Gathering Centre, an old age home at Al Mamzar in Dubai, to present senior citizens with a lunch meal and seasonal greetings.
Jeddah-based Al Mathaaq Hospitality has launched a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme in partnership with Ektefaa, a charitable organisation, with the aim of developing the employability skills of the Saudi Arabian youth.
Dulsco, a regional leader in human resource and waste management solutions, has bagged the Superbrand award.
More than 1,500 leading brands in the UAE vied for the Superbrands title, however, only 55 were declared Superbrands by t
Jordan-based Izzat Marji Group (IMG), a leading provider of heating and cooling systems, has adopted a new direction for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes, which aims to enhance its contribution to social development.
A new initiative has been unveiled by Etisalat in Dubai, UAE, to enable the knowledge-based economy in the Middle East to engage with young people and encourage them to lead the region’s future digital space.
Companies in Bahrain must look at corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a tool to further develop the landscape of Bahrain, a top businesswoman has said.
According to Y K Almoayyed & Sons managing director Mona Almoayyed as
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) provided sponsorship support for the leading corporate social responsibility event which concluded in Bahrain today (February 11).
The three-day Second Bahrain International Corporate Social Responsibility
China's top two train makers have announced that they will merge, creating a $26 billion company able to compete with the likes of Germany's Siemens and Canada's Bombardier for global rail deals.
State media reported i