|▲ KRED / CEO Hojin Ryu|
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) now is a global business practice. It is received as a virtue of companies big or small. In addition to SCR, some companies are further expanding their social contributions to proactive engagements in campaigns for youth and young people. The engagements involve preventing bully, violence, run away from home and game addiction. In this respect, KRED is worth of praise.
KRED is a South Korean real estate parceling out (and in) services provider. The company is famous for years of knowhow in the field and excellent business and management networks. Its risk management is well known among industry officials while creative planning and operation system satisfies both clients and partners alike. Business aside, Hojin Ryu, CEO of KRED, has had a great interest in juvenile delinquents and organized the Cheonan Youth Festival in 2018 in an effort to provide help. Ever since, he has taken various roles in various organizations, including the Youth Guidance Committee member of the Cheonan Probation Association, he has provided more organizational help to youth. He also encourages out of school students to work at his 24 hour convenient stores in an effort to cut their derailment while he patrols streets and corners twice a month at night. He also is partnering with local organizations to make donations and to form sisterhood on a regular basis. “I think it is very important for companies big or small to do their Corporate Social Responsibility because their profits actually come from the people we are living together in the villages, cities, provinces and the nation as a whole. So we have this social duty to pay them back.” says Ryu. (PowerKorea)
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