As a corporate citizen, Crown takes its responsibilities seriously.

How can you be a global company and not embrace the world?

As an equal opportunities employer we promote international and local market hiring to achieve a rich diversity across our organisation. We encourage all new staff to represent and promote our core values both internally and to the outside world. 

A healthy work-life balance is equally important. We actively promote measures to make sure employees and their families maintain equilibrium in their lives.

We want to grow, but only if everyone wins

We know exactly how much our business impacts the environment. With ISO 14001 we measure how efficiently we’re using natural resources.

By investing in energy-saving buildings and vehicles, and by educating our supply chain, we’re working hard to reduce our impact.

We apply this thinking to all projects and materials, always seeking ways to be more efficient and environmentally responsible.

A big effort to have positive impact in society

Crown teams around the world work with local schools, health initiatives and charities to make each of our locations stronger as we grow.

Together, we’ve built schools and libraries to support local and disadvantaged youth. We also partner to provide HIV and AIDS peer education. And through a university internship programme, we give international experience to new graduates, many with an interest in the study of fine art.

Crown people are most central to this effort, finding innovative ways to support local community issues. By giving everyone time and incentives for activities and business practices that create this shared value, we’re all helping to improve things for others. And we invite our customers and partners to join in.

Our Sustainability Report

  Sustainability Report 2016

Crown's Golden Relay

Support Crown's Climb to Kilimanjaro for CHOC

Moving relic collection to North Lamma Public Library and Heritage & Cultural Showroom

Crown Fine Art has been appointed by the Home Affairs Department of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) in transporting the relic collection discovered in Lamma Island, from Tsim Sha Tsui to the new Showroom in Yung She Wan, Lamma Island in Hong Kong.

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Celebrating 400 Years with Murillo’s Giant Masterpiece

The extraordinary St. Francis in the Portiuncula Chapel by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, created around 1665-1666 on canvas, is the largest painting of the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne - measuring 430 cm in height and 295 cm in width.

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