LBG Briefing

LBG is the global standard for measuring and benchmarking corporate community investment. The LBG model provides a comprehensive and consistent set of measures for corporate community investment (CCI) professionals to determine their organisation’s contribution to the community, including cash, time and in-kind donations, as well as management costs. The model also captures the outputs and longer-term impacts of community investment projects on society and the business itself.

CSR Asia is a licensed facilitator of LBG since 2008 and will be organising an LBG introductory briefing in Hong Kong. The briefing will run through the LBG model and enable companies to learn how to apply the LBG model to measure their company’s contribution to the community. In addition, CSR Asia has invited Simon Robinson – Director of LBG Australia & New Zealand to share his experiences at this workshop. LBG Australia & New Zealand has a network of over 50 member companies. They have developed LBG Online - an ‘end to end’ corporate community investment data collection, management and reporting tool. Using secure, cloud based technology, LBG Online enables effective management of supporting documentation, user communications, verification of data, annual reporting, self-benchmarking and results sharing amongst members. Simon will be including a demo of LBG Online during the workshop.

This is an INVITE ONLY, FREE event dedicated to businesses that want to monitor, measure and report on the impact of their community investment activities using the LBG methodology. As space is strictly limited, priority will be given to businesses for which the topic is most relevant.

For information about the briefing please contact Vicky at

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