Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Investment


Businesses are increasingly looking to the wider community to meet their developmental needs and social aims. This has created significant demand in using community and environmental projects for corporate teambuilding and development programs. We have carefully selected high-quality and sustainable projects that are timely, address real needs, and are of real value. We do not make up projects for the sake of running projects. By working with our network in Malaysia we will carefully monitor and support for the long term.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility Programs are tailored to your needs and very much in partnership with your training and CSR requirements. A choice range of CSR projects are available and include nature conservation, community outreach, and educational initiatives. We are working with youth groups and adult groups, within Malaysia.

Projects include creating artificial reefs for fishing communities, protecting crucial natural habitats, supporting scientific research on marine mammals, supporting educational programs that develop young people, improve the lives of native societies with new opportunities. The choice available is far-reaching. Within or at the end of a conference, it may be part of the workshop ‘break-out process.

Within a team build it may be the central theme or designed to support the strategy element of the program. For an away day, it may be what the day is all about. We have been involved with conservation for over 16 years and we are confident to deliver successful projects until its completion. Our solutions are innovative and can be tailored to your needs while keeping to your training and CSR requirements.

We take groups into the natural world where they can see, smell, hear, feel and to find their interests and gain the skills to question, investigate and explore the world around them and relate the principles found in the natural world in everyday living.


The whole group will undergo a crash course into the basics of Birdwatching identification with a short practice session in the field. They will then be divided into several teams of between 3 and 5 strong.
Each team will be equipped with the necessary tools i.e. binoculars, field scope, field guide book, note book. They will race against time and the other teams. The team with the highest correctly identified number of birds will be the winner. Bonus points will be awarded to teams with well documented field notes and photo images of birds. The
corporation will donate some of its CSR funds to a choice of nature conservation projects.


Learning from nature. After millions of years of evolution, nature has learned: What works. What is appropriate?. What last?. Biomimicry is a new way of viewing and valuing nature. It introduces an era based not on what we can extract from the natural world, but rather what we can learn from it. It takes inspiration from nature designs and
processes to solve human problems.


This one day event challenges teams to summit the top of Gunung Matcincang, it is Malaysia oldest rock formation, with breath taking views of the west and north coast of Langkawi. It is a moderately challenging climb and that usually take 3 hours to climb. Teams will not only race against time but they will be required to solve certain challenges along the way and requires quick thinking, strategies, the use of strategies and teamwork skills. The team that wins may not necessary be the one that summits first but that has accumulated the most points and the least penalties on the way to the top.