Clean Up Our World
Reducing our negative impact on the environment is one of the main pillars of Li & Fung’s sustainability strategy and many of our community engagement activities aim to achieve this.
Since 2012, our colleagues have added tree planting, community clean ups and environmental awareness talks to their repertoire of earth-friendly activities and the number of participants has doubled.
Colleagues have taken part in International Coastal Cleanup, the world’s largest volunteer effort to rid our oceans and waterways of trash. They have also been involved in a “Save the Forest” project in Phetchburi Province. By focusing on forest restoration, they are helping to address the challenge of biodiversity conservation.
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The future of retail space
Our colleagues are using RFID technology to completely change the in-store experience for retail consumers, integrating an interactive, digital element into the traditional shopping experience.
Cambodia’s team works with underprivileged children
For the past few years, our colleagues in Cambodia have held community engagement activities for underprivileged children in schools and orphanages.
Leading the charge in leadership development
Li & Fung’s leadership development programs give senior leaders and managers the opportunity to hone their management skills and learn more about the businesses across our network.
Clean Up Our World
What started out as a few beach clean ups has quickly turned into a global effort to reduce our impact on the environment.
We build our strategies around unique insights provided by the Fung Group’s research analysts on sourcing, technology and emerging global trends.
Our global marathon campaign
Running for health and raising money for charity, the number of our people taking part in marathons is growing.
Paying more than just lip service to men's health
Each year in November, colleagues at Li & Fung turn the spotlight towards men’s health by taking part in Movember
Building stronger economic futures for women along supply chains
Through the HERProject in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Vietnam and India, factory workers are gaining knowledge abou their finances and health.