“Ngern Tid Lor” honored as a case study in business operations And social sustainability contribution in accordance with SDGs

“Ngern Tid Lor” honored as a case study in business operations And social sustainability contribution in accordance with SDGs

Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, or TIDLOR, led by Piyasak Ukritnukun, Managing Director, has been acclaimed as a model Asian organisation for conducting business with understanding and social sustainability according to SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) precepts with a focus on creating continuous opportunities for spreading knowledge and supporting education.

The case study in collaboration with CIIP (Center for Impact Investing and Practice) established by Temasek Trust, Singapore Management University (SMU) and Accenture, shows that Ngern Tid Lor achieved 5 out of 17 Sustainable Development Goals covering social aspects, including: 1. No Poverty 2. Quality Education 3. Decent Work and Economic Growth 4. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 5. Reduced Inequalities. These factors drive business standard enhancement alongside promotion of financial knowledge and youth education support. 

Ngern Tid Lor or TIDLOR remains committed to enabling financial opportunities for the public, especially lower income and underbanked customers, while also promoting access to insurance protection.  Ngern Tid Lor also focuses on opportunities to promote financial knowledge and education that enables people to advance sustainability. The company also regularly hosts environment conservation activities for staff in accordance with SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) 

For more information please visit www.tidlor.com or Facebook ngerntidlor  or contact call center at 088-088-0880 for 24 hours.  

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