This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
- Corporate Social Responsibility Activities are as follows
Company's Slogan Company's Vision Rewrite Rules. Retain values. Group Vision Future Group shall deliver Everything, Everywhere, Everytime for Every Indian Consumer in the most profitable manner. Group Mission We share the vision and belief that our customers and stakeholders shall be served only by creating and executing future scenarios in the consumption space leading to economic development. We will be the trendsetters in evolving delivery formats, creating retail realty, making consumption affordable for all customer segments – for classes and for masses. We shall infuse Indian brands with confidence and renewed ambition. We shall be efficient, cost- conscious and committed to quality in whatever we do. We shall ensure that our positive attitude, sincerity, humility and united determination shall be the driving force to make us successful. A Future Group venture. As on 11-03-10, no information on CSR is available on the company website. Private Sector Retail 1. Trousers of Synthetic Fibers 2. Shirts of Man-made Fibers 3. Woven Fabrics of Synthetic Staple Fibers 33500 Zonal offices in Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Gurgaon, Bangalore. 1000 stores across 73 cities in India. Plant located in Thane (Maharashtra) July 2008 - June 2009 Rs. 7765 Crores Loss Loss Not Disclosed
Special Notes Company Type Industry Sector Products / Services
No. of employees Other locations of factories / offices Financial result for time period -Sales -Profit before tax -Net profit after tax -CSR Budget
Trust / Foundation for CSR CSR Areas No
1. Community Welfare 2. Poverty Eradication 3. Rural Development 4. Sports 5. Vocational Training 6. Water Three main CSR activities1. Vocational Training 2. Women Empowerment 3. Rural development Publish Sustainability No Report Member of Global No Compact CSR activities in brief Pg. 7 of Annual Report
For long, we have resisted the temptation of setting up a corporate social responsibility department that has a select few employees
8 of Annual Report Beginning this year. ----------Pg. 9 of Annual Report There is little to distinguish 14-year old Mohammad Arafat Shaikh and 13-year old Bidal Shaikh from the rest of the kids in Mumbai’s Nagpada area. His father barely earned Rs 150 a day and with a mother and two sisters to care for. empowers its employees and strives to be a positive change agent in society. Except that they have a passion for basketball and are part of the US-based National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Basketball without Borders initiative. the sports brand retailed and marketed by Planet Sports. 19 of Annual Report WE ARE BEACON OF HOPE FOR THOSE IN ADVERSITY In his native village. we implemented a 52-week calendar of events. Today. socially and environmentally responsible organization is the best and the most efficient way to earn the trust and goodwill of millions of customers and stakeholders. Supported by Spalding. Sethu Raghunatha Pattinam situated 433 kilometers from Chennai. sustainable growth. The primary reason for this is as an organization. Veerappan chose to stand out. It also happens to be one of the centers Pantaloon Retail recruits from. to celebrate within Central. Veerappan is an assistant maintenance officer at Pantaloons store in Chennai.working with a defined budget and regularly speaks out on the ‘good work’ that it does. Veerappan earned himself a diploma in electronics from a nearby institute in Karamathur. sporting. lifestyle and leisure events from around the world as well as social causes like Environment Day. the initiative uses basketball to influence positive social change and features current and former NBA players and team personnel working as camp coaches. As a sustainable business that nurtures its supply partners. . It has always been our belief that being an ethically. This reflects every Indian festival. On completing his schooling. we are confident that your company will be the one which retains the trust of society and builds a strong foundation for long-term. 23-year old M Veerappan could have chosen to do what the rest of the 300 villagers do – farming and wood cutting. -----------Pg. we could never find a difference in the work we do every day and the ‘good work’ that a responsible organization is supposed to do. which cares for its community. -------------------Pg.
attract new talent and also provide training solutions to other companies. Bangalore and Kolkata to train existing manpower. textiles and handicrafts. This has set up 3 campuses. as well as provide those without the means to improve their economic and social well being. As an organization. Initiatives like the Rural Employment Generation Mission. equipped with the latest training tools and curriculum in Ahmedabad. Government of of Andhra Pradesh alone has helped us recruit more than 500 people. nurture and train talented professionals. we have set up a specialized unit. caste and socioeconomic class. ------------Pg. The company has also been an active recruiter in the North East. We continue to make a conscious effort as an employer to be as widely representative of the country as a whole and this includes geography. These form part of our initiatives to act as positive change agents of society. The company leverages its business experience and approach to learning to bridge the skill gap and provide trained manpower to group companies as well as the industry. community. willing to grow with the organization. The vision is to make more Indians employable with a specific focus on socially and economically disadvantaged sections of the society. It has also tied-up with Chennai-based Avtaar Career Creators which brings together young mothers and housewives willing to take up flexi-time and part-time jobs at our stores. 22 of Annual Report WE ARE EMPOWERING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND PRODUCERS We believe that it is our responsibility to engage more meaningfully with communities residing in and around many of our stores. Those recruited through these channels form a loyal and committed work force.Veerappan is among the thousands of employees recruited by the company through rural recruitment drives in association with rural educational institutes. religion. but also provide ethnic and traditional . and spread the benifits of modern retail in areas where we do not have business operations. Initiatives are today focused on building a platform and providing distribution and market outreach to womenled organizations engaged in producing food products. NGOs and government bodies. These not only help us act as positive change agents for society. Future Learning & Development. Our goal is to provide quality training and employment for all those who might choose to work with us. We have also tied up with Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to offer retail industry focused certified courses through these campuses. we firmly believe that talent is our biggest asset and to continuously identify.
almost every Big Bazaar and Food Bazaar store now has a customer advisory board. across the state participated and shared the platform with at least 40 groups each time. These customer advisory boards regularly meet to review and advise the store managers and the staff on improving customer experience. in an authentic manner.products that urban India so often craves for.500 each on all 4 days. These advisory boards are composed of well known personalities or respected individuals who live in and around the stores. a self help group platform. An immensely successful initiative of this nature was ‘Yatra’. 24 of Annual Report In addition. Our interactions with several women’s networks in Maharashtra resulted in us establishing a connect with about 200 such groups from remote villages. These items were specialty items from each geographical region within the state. The purpose was to encourage the efforts of underprivileged women traders through establishing a channel for them to sell their produce in a profitable manner. Similar initiatives with self help groups and local indigenous communities have been initiated in the states of Assam. ---------------Additional CSR Information - CSR Contact Person Name of contact person Designation Company Name - . the rich. Kerela and Delhi and have met with very encouraging response from customers and the communities we serve. A sum total of 19 Big Bazaar stores. Karnataka. diverse traditional cuisine of Maharashtra. Sales increased throughout the event and saw the women sellers take home at least as much as Rs. a joint effort between Big Bazaar and Yashaswini. An intresting outcome of this activity has also been that 30 products out of these Yatras were selected as winner products which are now being regularly stocked at Big Bazaar outlets. ----------------Pg. Spread over 4 days and with the assistance of volunteers from Yashaswini as well as our own staff. product assortment and social initiatives. More than 300 women from these groups were offered a chance to sell their produce during special promotions in front of Big Bazaar stores. Yatra turned out to an extremely popular event at all the Big Bazaar stores. The idea was to serve our customers.
aspx?id=878 0/5 http://email@example.com. Mumbai . Knowledge House Shyam Nagar Off Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road Jogeshwari (East) Maharashtra.com http://www.org/csr501to1000/csr501to1000_21258.htm 0/5 http://www.org/csr500companies/csr500companies_8387.com Phone Fax Email id Website Year of Establishment Name of the Chairman / Mr.htm .karmayog.pantaloon. Kishore Biyani CEO Designation Karmayog CSR 2009 Rating Link Karmayog CSR 2008 Rating Link Karmayog CSR 2007 Rating Link Managing Director 2/5 http://www.org/csr2009/csrdetails.Contact Address Phone Fax Email Id CSR Website / Section - - Company Contact Information Company Name Registered Address Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd.400 060 022 6644 2200 022 6644 2201 firstname.lastname@example.org 1987 atul.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.