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Wherever we have hotels and properties around the world, it is our goal to be woven into the local fabric of the community. We want to be deeply entwined in the societies we serve, supporting the community to thrive.
Sustainable Luxury Vision 2030
Support the neediest by utilising the group’s resources and capabilities
Increase supply chain visibility on responsible sourcing for our high-risk suppliers
Influence and collaborate to find solutions with other stakeholders
Hospitality skills are personal, transferable and unbound by cultural barriers. They are the optimal tools to strengthen social mobility within all demographics. The Honing Skills in Hospitality programme provides vocational and life-skills training to young adults from ethnic minorities and those of refugee status. Several graduates of the programme have even gone on to work within our properties.
Love of Community
Throughout the global pandemic, the Love of Community initiative leverages our resources in food preparation to support charitable meal donation programmes around the world designed to uplift at-risk individuals within the communities in which we operate.
The journey of sustainability is not travelled alone and we have had the fortune of collaborating with like-minded partners along the way. Partnering with ANTHILL Fabric Gallery, retired towels were upcycled into fashionable earrings and blazers. With Novetex Textiles Limited, retired bed covers were unwound into cotton yarn, allowing it another opportunity at life, and working with the Humane Society International, we are able to launch our group-wide commitment to using cage-free eggs.
As an industry involved in diverse supply chains around the world, we have set out an approach to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in our businesses. All suppliers adhere to our Supplier Code of Conduct, and open dialogue with them allows us to better understand the challenges within each supply chain. Furthermore, our Speak-Up policy promotes transparency in business functions by incentivising colleagues to report concerns and malpractices.
Designed in tandem with Hong Kong designer, Junya Au, this yellow teddy-bear can be transformed into a cosy bathrobe, after a long day of cuddling. The fabric used is from retired bed covers from The Peninsula Hong Kong, and hand-dyed by volunteers at the St. James Settlement using onion skin waste provided by our F&B outlets. Such a project was only possible thanks to our partners’ innovative ideas and commitment to the environment.
Our Vision 2030
The HSH Sustainable Luxury Vision 2030 places sustainability at the heart of the company’s business model and brand. Separated into three pillars, our holistic approach prioritises the enhancement of guest experience, the empowerment of our people, and the enrichment of our communities, separated into 10 ambitious goals.