Monitor ERP System works for a sustainable future
On October 19th the Embassy of Sweden co-organized the event - #LetsGoPlogging - within Taman Desa with Taman Desa Residents´ Association (TDRA). Plogging is a positive environmental activity that combines exercising and cleaning up with helping the community. Plogging aims to change people´s mindset, it emphasizes the power of networks, and what we can accomplish when working together.
Monitor ERP System Asia was one of the sponsors for the Plog Run Event together with other well know companies from Sweden.
More than 350 registered enthusiastic participants showed up by 7.30 am on Saturday morning at Taman Desa Park. The crowd grew to about 600 as residents joined along the routes. With fantastic dedication shown by participants, the streets were cleared from close to 600 kg of litter.
The news about the Plog Run Event have been shared all around the world. Please see below news on the plogging event broadcast at DaAi TV. The news covered around 65 countries that subscribe to DaAi TV.
Environmental sustainability is an important topic for Monitor ERP System and to be able to get a sustainable future we believes its important to take care of the earth that we live at together with the people that stays on it. We all can do something for a brighter future and this event is one proof on how we can achieve great things if we work together.
For Monitor ERP, with it’s headquarters in Hudiksvall Sweden, a small town of 20 thousand people, the social part of the sustainability discussion has been equally important for the company for many years. The importance of creating an environment for it’s employees where not only the employee, but the employees whole families can have access to good schools, sports facilities, entertainment and different activities is key to create a good work-life balance.
Over the years Monitor have supported numerous sport clubs, sport parks, elderly associations, schools and other associations that is contributing to a good society. The late founder, Mr Ake Persson even used his private money to build a bridge over a river to cut travel time for his employees and other people in his village driving to town for work everyday. All to be able to spend more time with their families.