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Corporate Citizenship

Sustainability

Built into the moral fabric of Icon Visual Marketing is being good corporate citizens by maintaining high ethical standards in all our business interactions.

We work to decrease the negative effects our company has on the environment and giving back to the community.

Decreasing the brain drain

Part of our commitment to the economic development of the Macarthur area is providing opportunities for highly skilled and talented staff to stay within the region to work.

As a founding member of the Macarthur Professional Services Network, Icon is a great supporter of providing training and developing opportunities to grow skilled local businesses to take on large projects, to compete on a national scale and to grow the economic development of the region.

Giving back to the community

Icon has long recognised the important role of business in society and is firmly committed to the active involvement of its people in local community. This includes free design and print work for local schools and churches, charities as well as involvement with local associations that are committed to the economic development of the region.

Environmental Impact

Icon Visual Marketing is a Bronze Accredited Symmetry Sustainable Business. This rigorous accreditation system includes a complete Business Sustainability Assessment. Bronze accredited businesses have assessed their impacts on the environment, economy and the local community.

 

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