Making a Difference: Hansar Hotels and Resorts' CSR Initiatives - Interview with CEO

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[HD video below] Exclusive HD video interview with the CEO of Thailand's Hansar Hotels and Resorts, Indra Budiman, about the group's different CSR and "Green" projects.

Thailand's Hansar Hotels and Resorts has a very active CSR programme

We ask Indra about the Mae Man School in Chiang Mai that they have just adopted, and what adopting a school actually means. We learn which will be the next school to be adopted by Hansar, and how both schools will benefit. We also discuss the innovative graduate programme called Hansar University, and discover how interested students can benefit from it.

Plus, we talk about the "Green" side of Hansar's business and learn about their upcoming solar power project, when it will take place, how the Thai Government is helping, and when the hotel company expects to break even on the project.

And that's not all, the Hansar Samui already has a garden/farm where it grows things such as basil, lemon grass, morning glory, many different fruits and other vegetables and herbs that it uses every day. It is also breeding fish - Tilapia and Pomfret - with plans to expand this further. Any food that is not used by the hotel gets sold into the community to raise funds for charity projects.

All this and much, much more, in the HD video interview below.

CSR Interview with Indra Budiman, CEO - Hansar Hotels and Resorts

Sea View and Sea View XL Room at Hansar Samui in Thailand

See also: Hansar Hotels and Resorts Unveils Expansion Plans - HD video interview with CEO, Mr. Indra Budiman, Hotel CSR in Thailand, Sea View Room and Sea View XL Room at Hansar Samui and other: HD Videos.

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