Grand Royal Group received the two following awards: “Best Employer of the Year 2017” and “Dream Employer of the Year-Asia Edition” given by World HRD Congress, The Employer Branding Institute, Asian Confederation of Business and Malaysia Institute of Human Resources. For the first time, these were awarded to a Myanmar-owned company. Furthermore, Grand Royal Group ranked No. 43 in the Top 100 International Alcohol Beverage Brands on the annual IWSR list (International Wine & Spirit Research). Thus, a press conference to announce the achievement of these awards was held on the 7th September at 10:30 am at the Pathein Ballroom of the Novotel Hotel.
During the press conference, Grand Royal Group Chairman, U Aung Moe Kyaw gave a welcoming speech and explained the awards received this year. Then, U Zaw Myo Win, National Sales Manager, who has 20-year experience at Grand Royal Group shared his career experience of at the company throughout his work life. He started as a salesman at the IBTC Group, established in 1997. He is also a selection of MBA Scholarship Program by Grand Royal Group and was part of the International Training and Overseas scholarship Program. U Zaw Myo Win also talked about how Grand Royal Group contributes in the education of its employees’ as well as their safety and comfort at work. Later, Group Chairman – U Aung Moe Kyaw, Chief People Office – Mr. Vivek Bhargava, Marketing Manager – Mr. Cavan, National Sales Manager – U Zaw Myo Win and Plant Manager – U Soe Moe answered media questions before ending the conference at 12:30 pm.
Grand Royal Group stands proud as a responsible corporation in the Myanmar Alcohol Beverage Industry. According to its motto of “Be A Good Corporate Citizenship”, Grand Royal Group never avoids paying taxes to government entities. Every year, it makes it to the list of 1 to 10 of the responsible corporation declared by the state government. Furthermore, Grand Royal Group is not only doing continuously CSR Programs strategically for raising the standard of people’s lifestyle in Myanmar but also programs to improve the welfare of its employees. Some of these programs include the “Eye Treatment Donation” carried out from 2008 to 2017 and from 2016 till now, the “Clean Water Project” implemented to get access to water for villages across the country.