NagaWorld’s CSR program NagaWorld Kind Hearts, has won 4 Stevie Awards trophies at the prestigious 17th Annual International Business Awards.
It was given 1 Silver Stevie Award and 2 Bronze Stevie Awards in the Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year in Asia, Australia and New Zealand category and 1 Bronze Stevie Award in the newly-formed Most Valuable Corporate Response to COVID-19 category.
This marks the second successive year that the NagaWorld Kind Hearts CSR team and volunteers have received multiple accolades in the competition for their extensive range of initiatives contributing towards underprivileged communities and the nation building of Cambodia.
Considered the Oscars or Emmys of the corporate world, the 17th Annual International Business Awards give worldwide recognition to the achievements and positive contributions of organisations and working professionals over the past year. The 17th edition saw organisers receive more than 3,800 nominations from organisations in almost every industry across 63 nations.
“Winning Stevie Awards is a recognition of many of our efforts, hard work and commitment to develop a set of ESG initiatives for a company which has been operating for many years in Cambodia,” said NagaWorld Managing Director Mr. Pern Chen. “For us, having our hard work, our nation building initiatives, our reinvestment back into local communities and being recognized internationally spur us on for our business and pave the way for us to develop a set of measurable metrics to be more accountable to our stakeholders in a developing nation on the ESG front.”