Communication and collaboration with stakeholders across our value chain are essential to delivering on our strategic priorities. We are committed in open dialogues that inform us what we are doing well and how to improve in other areas. 

Government Engagement

Who Are Our Stakeholders

Why Is It Important to Engage

Their Key Interests

Ways We Engage

Government officials and members of the Hong Kong Legislative Council and District Councils

Our relationships with government and regulators impact on our ability to contribute towards broader economic, social and environmental objectives.

  • Facilitation of socioeconomic growth
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Environmental impact
  • Corporate governance.

  • Respond to public consultations
  • Participation in District Working Groups
  • Representation on advisory committees
  • Communication of sustainability programmes and initiatives
  • Regular meetings and dialogue

Media Engagement

Who Are Our Stakeholders

Why Is It Important to Engage

Their Key Interests

Ways We Engage

Media partners that feature Link in different aspects

The media keep Link’s stakeholders informed of business developments, new products and services, the impact of our business operations and brand image.

  • Tenant and community issues
  • Link’s initiatives or business plans
  • Being informed of key activities and offerings
  • Transparency.
  • Interviews with senior management
  • Response to media enquiries
  • Media releases 
  • Informal briefing through lunch and tea gatherings.
Non-Governmental Organisations Engagement

Who Are Our Stakeholders

Why Is It Important to Engage

Their Key Interests

Ways We Engage

International organisations, local industry associations, environmental groups and community-based service groups

NGOs represent the views of many public stakeholder groups and can serve as another channel to engage with different parties.

  • Environmental impact
  • Corporate sustainability and responsible business practices
  • Annual CONNECTION conference
  • Membership and leadership in organisations
  • Collaboration on community projects
  • Staff volunteers
  • Link Together Initiatives
  • Provision of space for welfare organisations
Suppliers and Vendors Engagement

Who Are Our Stakeholders

Why Is It Important to Engage

Their Key Interests

Ways We Engage

Service providers that enable us to deliver quality service

Suppliers and vendors impact our ability to provide products and deliver services. They are required to comply with our health and safety and ethical procurement standards. Engaging with them contributes to business continuity, viability and operational efficiency.

  • Timely payment
  • Fair business practices
  • Acquiring skills that may enhance their ability to deliver services
  • Business opportunities
  • Annual CONNECTION conference
  • Surveys and training
  • Centralised procurement with standardised product requirements.
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