Corporate social responsibility
Doing good with everything we do
It’s been 10 years since we unveiled our corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, and our commitment runs deep – we want to do good with everything we do:
- A better workplace: Every day, our people bring our creative and personal brand to life. They know their actions count and their views matter. We give them the tools, skills and outlets to build their “confident self,” because our success hinges on theirs.
- A better world: From company initiatives to individual good works by employees around the world, we believe actions go far beyond collecting money. Simply put, they express our passion for helping others.
- A better business: Our world is ever more connected and transparent. And that places a premium on honest and respectful conduct. Today, how we do what we do determines whether or not we survive and thrive.
What’s important to us is important to you, too.
Our CSR priorities also inform our offerings to clients. We offer products and services designed to improve security, wellness, productivity and safety for corporate customers and their business travellers.
Red Stamp Club
Our pioneering Red Stamp Club programme strategically supports industry transformation objectives in an exciting new way. The key objective of the programme is to transform, uplift and develop Exempted Micro-Enterprises (EME’s) and Qualifying Small Enterprises (QSE’s) in the tourism industry in South Africa. To do this, it incorporates an accommodation component featuring Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts and Boutique Hotels, as well as a transport component, featuring shuttle and transfer services.
The programme also incorporates an Independent Travel Consultant (ITC) component, which provides an opportunity to grow previously disadvantaged individuals to run their own travel business. We provide an all-encompassing general business management and development programme to provide support in all areas of business management such as client recruitment, growth and sales strategy. This forms part of the bridging phase to equip the consultant to ultimately run their own company.