ATLASPACE Energizes its CSR Power with Youth Development

Unleashing potential of the next generation by sponsoring the Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey
2019-11-08 17:21 1880

HONG KONG, Nov. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ATLASPACE, the leading well-rounded office building operator, today announced its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative to engage Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey, a not-for-profit youth ice hockey association in Hong Kong. The sponsorship showcases ATLASPACE's ongoing support to sports, youth development and the community.

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ATLASPACE sponsors Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey Team for Youth Development
ATLASPACE sponsors Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey Team for Youth Development

Social responsibility is the foundation for ATLASPACE to grow in the region and thrive well into the future. ATLASPACE maintains CSR in many aspects of its business, from the use of green office space materials, energy-saving technology to employee engagement and community contribution. The engagement with Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey team demonstrates the contributions to the community with the intention to create greater common good. In addition to providing more resources for their regular trainings, ATLASPACE offers youth unique opportunities to meet with successful entrepreneurs and business leaders at its centre in Harbour City to drive inspiring dialogue.

Taveephol Chardtumrong, Vice President of ATLASPACE, shared, "ATLASPACE is committed to supporting the community through a wide spectrum of CSR initiatives. We are thrilled to work with the Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey, one of the most established youth ice hockey associations in Hong Kong, providing opportunities for Hong Kong youth to unleash their potential and showcase their talents. With the support of the professional coaching team, we believe the youth can shine bright on the ice. We look forward to engaging in more partnerships that bring positive impacts to the community."

"The Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey Club is excited to have ATLASPACE as the latest team sponsor of the City League season," said Erik Leung, Chief Executive Officer of The Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey Club. "As the largest youth ice hockey club in Hong Kong, we strive to bring not only a safe and fun environment for kids to play ice hockey but also as a means to learn life skills," Leung added. "This partnership supports us to build up their confidence, discipline and teamwork. We would like to take this opportunity to thank ATLASPACE for the support of youth sports in Hong Kong!"

ATLASPACE lives up to its CSR commitment by sponsoring a wide range of charitable initiatives. Recently, ATLASPACE had been the venue sponsor of "Orbis World Sight Day 2019" and "Facebook x The Women's Foundation #SheMeansBusiness Workshop". ATLASPACE will continue to actively support the community and inspire members, employees and partners to give back to the community.

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ATLASPACE is the first project of ATLAS (official name of ATLASPACE in China) in Hong Kong located at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui, one of the busiest central business districts (CBD) in Hong Kong with over 50,000 sq. ft.

ATLAS is a leading well-rounded office building operator, owning three core businesses, namely co-working space operation, office building asset management and chain management of design and engineering to provide full support to members to optimize the use of office building assets. ATLAS is founded on three pillars which are ATLAS Workplace, ATLAS Living Space and ATLAS Community. ATLAS Workplace provides flexible one-stop work solutions, including Co-working Spaces, Serviced Offices, Headquarters by ATLAS and office leasing. ATLAS Living Space is combined with fitness, food and beverage, and artistic elements, to transform the mundane work style of CBD employees to create an amazing ATLAS Community with 365 days of activities. Currently, ATLAS operates a total of 2.4M sq. ft. across 25 projects in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Xi'an, Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City.


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Source: ATLASPACE (Hong Kong) Limited