As a member of the game industry, and a trusted corporate member of society, Capcom continues to strive to engage in positive social activities to fulfill its corporate social responsibilities.
- [Mar. 9, 2016] Corporate Governance Report was updated.
- [Dec. 18, 2015] Capcom held a class at Osaka International Owada Junior High School in Osaka.
- [July 18, 2015] "Sengoku BASARA" Special Exhibition in Saitama Prefectural Museum of History and Folklore.
※ Photos taken at the on-site classes are available on Flickr.
Environmental CSR Initiatives
Digital Content software development and sales account for more than 70% of Capcom's consolidated net sales, thus our environmental impact is low compared to typical product manufacturers. Our main environmental impact comes from office work and product distribution, areas in which we strive to conserve energy.
The Social Dimension of CSR Activities
Capcom has a strong commitment to serving as a responsible and trusted member of society. We will continue to conduct extensive CSR activities that include promoting employee diversity as well as enhancing their skills, and the use of our popular game characters to invigorate communities and prevent crime.
Capcom is aware that comprehensive corporate governance ranks among management's most important priorities. We make the utmost effort to enhance management health and transparency and maintain an organization that is responsive to changes in the business environment while focusing efforts on improving the satisfaction of shareholders, customers, employees and all our stakeholders.
Educational Support Activities
As part of our corporate social responsibilities as a game software publisher, we believe in fostering an understanding about video games by inviting elementary and junior high school students to visit our company and proactively participate in classroom activities at schools.