DTGO’s CEO Speaks at “World’s Most Ethical Companies” Gala
07 May 2021Corporate
Mr. Pakit Iamopas, Group CEO of DTGO, was one of 6 leaders from the World’s Most Ethical Companies to speak on ethical business at the Virtual WME Honoree Gala.
“The group, its companies, and teams are delighted to be recognized for ethical conduct to global standards for 3 consecutive years through Ethisphere’s Ethics Quotient covering 5 key areas: ethics and compliance program, culture of ethics, corporate citizenship and responsibility, governance, and leadership and reputation,” said Mr. Iamopas.
Mr. Iamopas shared his experiences of ethical business during the Virtual WME Honoree Gala along with Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies; Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP; Halsey Cook Jr., CEO of Milliken; Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture; and Mr. Suphachai Chearavanont, CEO of Charoen Pokphand Group.
“DTGO was founded in 1993 under the concept of business-social integration, which means doing business and societal contribution in parallel,” said Mr. Iamopas.
“The group dedicates 2% of topline revenue to social initiatives and programs to create value for everything on earth, in line with its ethos of ‘Adding Value in Everything We Do’. DTGO also supports Buddharaksa Foundation, focused on education; Dhanin Tawee Chearavanont Foundation, for public health; and Blue Carbon Society, which addresses global climate change. I and all members of the organization thank our customers, our business and social partners, our investors, and all stakeholders for their commitment to ethical business."
DTGO’s distinctive corporate values recently featured in the “Leaders on Purpose” study by experts from Harvard University, Unilever, The World Bank, London School of Economics on “purpose-first” businesses that can help the world “build back better” after the pandemic.
Explore DTGO’s distinctive business-social ethos: https://www.dtgo.com/about