Emerging CSR definition: "Corporate Social Responsibility starts where all existing laws and regulations end; it is an organic link between enterprising, profit-making and social development that is conducted as a win-win solution in areas where a company requires something from society that cannot be bought and requires investment through a DOUBLE business plan: one for the company and one for society."


Who are the advisers?

Ir Sarwono Kusumaatmadja is a man of the highest integrity. He served the Indonesian Government three times: as Minister of Environment, of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, and of Administrative Reform. He chairs and supports many NGOs and combines his access, insights and strategic understanding as Chairman of PA CSR Jakarta. His team solves regulatory and other problems of foreign investors through a typical win-win approach, ensuring that sustainable and long term profitabilities are guaranteed for both society and industry. This automatically excludes corruption in any shape or form. It improves the image of the industry involved. It contributes to the motivation of the industry’s staff. Last but not least, shareholders and top managements love it.

Ir Sarwono leads a team of high level advisers and on the ground practitioners. Among these are Prof Dr. Margaret Gfrerer (Research) and Rio D. Praaning Prawira Adiningrat (Strategy). They work with local teams led by experts with longstanding ties with PA CSR.