26-27 September, Bangkok

About the Summit

The CSR Asia Summit creates a collaborative environment where a unique mix of business, government and civil society come together to network and identify sustainable solutions to today’s pressing challenges.

With a focus on Asia Pacific, the summit aims to drive honest conversation and generate dialogue around critical issues. The collaboration of high level speakers and participants from different sectors and geographies generates powerful discussion and forges deep partnerships. Join us for the CSR Asia Summit 2017 and be part of the conversation.


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AccorHotels Hilton Ricoh (Thailand) Limited
ActionAid HOST International Ricoh Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Adidas HP Inc. Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Adidas Sourcing Representative Office Huawei Technologies Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
Aide et Action International IBM Royal Copenhagen Thailand Ltd.
Airtel ICRC MoveAbility Foundation Ruder Finn Asia
Amadeus ICTI CARE Foundation Sasin Center for Enterpreneurship (SEC)
Amari Boulevard Bangkok IFRC Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM)
Ameln & Co. AB IKEA Southeast Asia Save the Children
Ananda Development PCL Implementing Partners Consulting SBANG Sustainable Energies
Asian Development Bank Indonesia Eximbank SCG Thailand
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) Institute for Societal Leadership Sembcorp Industries Ltd
Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA) Institute for Sustainable Communities Sentio Advisory Initiative
Astellas Pharma Inc. InterContinental Hotels Group Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
AVPN Interface Singapore Pte Ltd Shell
AXA International Committee of the Red Cross Shell China Limited
Ayala Corporation International Cooperation on Natural Resources Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd
B Corp / Vsstory International Finance Corporation Siam Cement Group
Baan Dek Foundation International Institute of Education (IIE) Siam Commercial Bank
Bali Process International Organization for Migration (IOM) Silver Group
Bangchak Petroleum PCL International Rescue Committee (IRC) Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (“SingTel”)
Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited International SOS Social Value Creation Co., Ltd.
BASF (Thai) Limited IRPC Public Company Limited South Asia Co-Operative Environment Programme (SACEP)
BASF South East Asia Pte Ltd ITX Services Inditex Southland Resources Co.,Ltd.
Big W Japan Platform Sowers Exchange
Birgma Asia Trading Limited JG Summit Holdings Inc. StarHub Ltd
British Council John Keells Foundation / John Keells Group Stokholm Enviromental Institute SEI
Business Call to Action, UNDP Kauflnad Target Corporation
CARE Asia Regional Office Kopernik TE Connectivity
CARE Cambodia Kyorin University Tea & Fruits
CARE International Li&Fung (Thailand) Limited Telkomsel
Cargill Liberty Asia Terre des Hommes
Cargill Protein South East Asia Lidl Hong Kong Ltd Tesco Lotus
Catholic Relief Services Lloyd's Register International (Thailand) Co., Ltd Thai Asia Pacific Brewery Co., Ltd.
Centara Hotels & Resorts L'Oréal Asia Pacific Thai Beverage PLC
Center for Child-Rights & Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) L'Oréal Thailand Thai Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Central Group Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage Thai Union
Central Pattana Public Company Limited Mandalay Technology Company Limited ThaiHarvest|SOS
Chung-Ang University Manulife Thaioil Energy Services Co., Ltd.
CHWMEG, Inc. Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd Thaipat Institute
CIFAL Jeju MAS Intimates (Pvt) Ltd The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai
Cisco Maybank Foundation The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand
City Developments Limited (CDL) Medco E&P Natuna The Asia Foundation
Clas Ohlson Microsoft Thailand The Coca-Cola Company
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited Ministry of Climate Change The Mekong Club
CNV Internationaal Ministry of Education The Nature Conservancy
Coats Ministry of Environment The Peninsula Bangkok
Coca-Cola Beverages Vietnam Ministry of Environment  The Stock Exchange of Thailand
Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ministry of Environment and Energy The Walt Disney Company
Consumer Goods Forum Ministry of Environment and Forestry Thomson Reuters
Conyat Create Ministry of Justice Thomson Reuters Foundation
Covestro Minor International PCL TQPR
CPA Australia MPRL E&P True Corporation Plc
Crayola LLC Munro CSR Research & Strategy and Griffith University True Visions
Credit Suisse Myanmar Mobile Money TÜV Rheinland (Guangdong) Ltd
Crossroads Foundation Namati TUV Rheinland Hong Kong Ltd
CSRI National Economic and Development Authority UL
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) National Environment Agency  UN Environment
DFDL Mekong (Thailand) Ltd. National Environment Commission Secretariat UN Women
DHL Supply Chain Nestlé Pakistan and Afghanistan UNDP
DTAC Nilorn East Asia Ltd UNFAO
EcoAid by Manfred Krautter Nippon Life Global Investors Singapore UNFPA
Eco-Business Nippon Paint (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd UNFPA 
EcoVadis NIPSEA Management Company Pte. Ltd. UNHCR
ECPAT International Ocean Recovery Alliance UNICEF
Embassy of Sweden OneSky Unilever Thai
Embode ONYX Hospitality Group United Global
EQT AB Optus United Nations Office
for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
EQT Asia Pacific Orient Overseas Container Line United Nations Social Impact Fund
ERM-Siam Co Ltd Oxfam Universal Robina Corporation
FHI 360 Oxfam America USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia
Foreign Trade Association Oxfam Novib Vantage Asia Holdings
Friends-International Pacific Risk Advisors (Thailand) Veda International Corporation
FWD Group Palladium Group Verisk Maplecroft
Gap Inc. PetroleumBrunei Myanmar (PBMY) Co,Ltd. VF Corp
Geddesnairn Development Fund Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) VISA
Global Child Forum Plan International Walgreens Boots Alliance Asia Sourcing Limited
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Prime Minister's Department Walmart
Global Strategic Development Advisor Prudence Foundation Wedu
Globe Prudential Assurance Malaysia Berhad WOCAN
Gone Adventurin Prudential Life Assurance (Thailand) PCL Woolworths
GTC PT. Lifung Indonesia World Bank
H&M PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited World CSR Day
Habitat for Humanity PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited WWF Malaysia
Hallmark & Crayola PTT Public Company Limited Xin Chang Shoes (BD) Ltd.
Hedcor, Inc. Raksthai (CARE in Thailand) Yellow Energy Initiative
HelpAge International Ramada D'MA Bangkok Zhongshan Xin Chang shoes Ltd
HelpAge International – Asia Pacific Regional Office

Join our Summit

Your registration fee includes attendance to the summit, access to the conference sessions, conference material, lunch for 2 days and canapes and drinks at our welcome reception.

Register before 1 Aug for best rates.

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Sustainable summit


  • •  All communications are electronic.
  • •  We use FSC recycled paper for any onsite printed materials.
  • •  We use soy ink for printed onsite Conference materials.
  • •  We have replaced our event guide with a Summit app to reduce paper use.


  • •  A towel & linen reuse initiative is in use for all rooms.
  • •  All waste is recycled.
  • •  Hotel staff will turn down the heat/air conditioning, shut drapes, and turn off the lights when rooms are vacant.
  • •  Soaps and toiletries that attendees have partially used will not be replaced each day. 
  • •  Only glass bottled drinking water is used for standard complimentary drinking water in all guestrooms.
  • Transportation:

    • •  Carbon emissions resulting from pre-event preparations, printed materials, event venue, travel activities, catering and accommodation of all participants will be offset.


  • •  Honey comes from rural and urban apiculture that supports biodiversity by maintaining bee populations, and communities through inclusive business models.
  • •  Seafood is sustainably sourced from Fisherfolk Association, who use environmentally and socially responsible business practices led by women.
    •  Chicken and pork are from community farms that raise livestock in a natural, chemical free and humane way.
    •  Vegetarian and vegan options, which have a lower climate change footprint, will be increased.  
    •  Red meat has one of the highest carbon footprints of all food and has been eliminated from the menu.  
    •  Vegetables, fruits and coffee will be sourced from environmentally certified producers. 
    •  Food is locally sourced where possible to reduce food miles and support local business.
    •  Urban agriculture
     will be supported through the use of rooftop spirulina from Bangkok in the desserts.
    •  Food waste will be reduced by optimizing food through menu design, and donating surplus food to ThaiHarvest|SOS.  



Contact us

Hong Kong Office
15/F Soundwill Plaza II – Midtown
1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
Hong Kong
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+852 3579 8079
+852 3579 8080

Thailand Office
c/o Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM)
Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University
Room 303, Sasa Patasala Building, Soi Chula 12, Phyathai Road Bangkok 10330, Thailand
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+66 2218 4001 ext. 207, 208
Fax: +66 2218 4096

Singapore Office
47B Kreta Ayer Road
Singapore 089006
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Tel: +65 6734 9744

Japan Office
Kishimoto Building 6th floor
2-2-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku 
Tokyo 100-0005 Japan
+81 3 6864 0990
Fax: +81 80 1140 4469