This inaugural edition of the “CSR Annual Digest”, produced by GGRAsia Publications – the publishing arm of gaming industry news provider GGRAsia – examines the Macau gaming industry’s self-declared corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices, with a special focus on progress announced during 2018. The document is the first of its kind, and aims to offer a comprehensive review of the industry’s stated commitment to sustainable development. It does so by analysing what resort operators, suppliers and junkets say they are doing to contribute toward the betterment of Macau.
About the Publisher
TEAM Publishing and Consultancy Ltd is a Macau-based publishing company. The Company has experience in a range of media skills including print and online journalism, copywriting, translation, corporate publishing, and television news and documentaries.
About the Promoter
The Association for Promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Integrated Resort Industry was established in Macau as an advocate for advancing CSR best practices in the city’s integrated resort industry. The Association aims to stimulate exchange of ideas, promote networking, and contribute to advancement in CSR strategies. By doing so, the Association aims to give higher visibility to CSR excellence in Macau’s integrated resort industry and raise awareness about the positive impact that the sector can have on society.
About the Producer
Macau-based GGRAsia Publications focuses on printed materials and special projects. It is part of GGRAsia, a leading business-to-business media platform for the Asian casino industry. GGRAsia was launched in 2014 to provide the sector with in-depth news and information.
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