Conducting business without compromising people, the planet, or the economy

We may be known as a leader in enterprise networking and collaboration – but we want to be famous for giving a crap. After all, what’s the point in being the best if you can’t’ even look yourself in the mirror?

We believe we can all do a little more to support people, the planet and the economy – and we’re certainly no exception – which is why we’re always looking for ways to improve the impact we have on our world.

If you have suggestions for further initiatives we can be taking, please let us know – we’d love to hear them.

Corporate Sustainability Initiatives

The Generations Foundation

The Generations Foundation was established to provide funding to charitable projects supporting children in need across the globe. These needs are wide-ranging and include shelter, education, healthcare, family assistance, food programs and community building initiatives.

Together with The Generations Foundation, we have identified programs within our regions of operation that enable life-changing opportunities for disadvantaged children through education. Our support is positively impacting the lives and futures of 300 school-aged children with disabilities, their parents, special educations teachers, and the communities in which they reside.

Leukaemia Foundation

We are proud corporate sponsors of Leukaemia Foundation and our partnership supports the raising of both funds and awareness in the Foundation’s mission to help cure and conquer every blood cancer – with care.

Community Outreach in Manila

The members of our Manila based team have long participated in a range of local community outreach and fundraising initiatives, including:

  • The Heartsy Project: supporting the Child Hope Philippines Foundation
  • Donating groceries to support street orphans through the Tiny Blessings organisation
  • Volunteering with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
  • Donating goods to support disaster relief after the Taal Volcano eruption and through the early stages of COVID-19

Comscentre Graduate Training Program

We were seriously disheartened to learn that less than one-in-five foreign businesses in the Philippines will hire graduates out of university. We were compelled to act – to ensure new graduates have access to the best on-the-job practical training, and to do our part to shore up the future quality of the local labour pool as we continue to grow and expand.

So we established the Comscentre Graduate Training Program. Through this program we partner with a number of local universities and colleges to provide a range of services and opportunities to students – from career advisory sessions and company open houses, through to formal on-the-job training and internships.