August 15, 2022

Co-living with the Sea: Diving Adventure’s Work in Marine Conservation and Social Inclusiveness

Diving Adventure was founded by Stephen Au in 1998 and is approaching its 24th year. The company has gradually extended its diving related businesses to provide a one-stop support to their students. This includes diving courses across various levels; diving equipment wholesaling and retailing; and activities such as local or overseas diving tours. During the years of expansion, they have implemented multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that other businesses could take a page from, including Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable; and Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.
August 8, 2022

Elkay Interior Systems: Promoting Sustainable Development within Value Chain through Agility

Elkay Interior Systems Inc. is a global manufacturer of furniture and décor, stainless steel products, and provide interior design and product development services. The Hong Kong office offers client management services, providing sourcing, product management and engineering expertise to provide product and services for clients in the F&B and hospitality industries. In the economic turmoil brought about by the pandemic, EISHK was inspired to develop and expand its assortment of products, diversify its supply chain, and to reinforce its commitment to its workforce.
June 6, 2022

Empathy in Practice – Humanised Design and Workplace Inclusion by Pacific Foodservice Equipment Company Limited

Established in 2013, PFEC provides kitchen design and consulting services, including kitchen project coordination, supply and installation of imported catering equipment, and the related maintenance services. Simply put, it is a restaurant kitchen’s backend support partner. With 50 employees currently, the company plays distribution and retail roles in the industry’s supply chain. The catering industry can be described as quite traditional, and many senior executives started from the very bottom and worked their way up in the field. However, this does not hold back the determination of PFEC to operate with an exceptional model for sustainable development. They focus on three aspects – “Industry, innovation and infrastructure”, “Sustainable cities and communities”, and “Partnerships for the goals”.
June 6, 2022

Meiriki Japan: The People-Oriented Management Philosophy

Meiriki Japan has been rooted in Hong Kong since 1997 and has been promoting a “people-oriented” workplace culture. Ophelia believes that if the company treats its employees well, one day they will inspire others. This does not only benefit employees’ development, but also the company. The healthcare supplement company also implements other policies that aspire to achieve a working model centering on three United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) of “decent work and economic growth”, “responsible consumption and production models”, and “no poverty.”