When companies share their space for social causes
"We were able to continue reimagining how the workplace can help everyone, from social enterprises to non-profits in navigating the way forward."
With COVID-19 accelerating a shift towards digitalisation and work-from-home practices, the offices and work spaces of many companies were left underutilised. This created an opportunity for them to Collaborate for Good and offer their spaces to social impact organisations for community outreach and engagement activities.
From WeWork welcoming social enterprises into its co-working community to Suntec offering its high-visibility displays for awareness-building, these companies—which include Preschool Market, Qanvast and even Kim Choo Kueh Chang—turned a troubling situation into a platform of opportunity and social good.
Read the full story at the Business Times.