EXCO cares about local communities and provides practical help through various social initiatives.
Effective Volunteer Work
EXCO’s executives and employees participate in various volunteer activities that provide practical help to local residents, including kimchi, bread, and briquette sharing activities, blood donation campaigns, and relief efforts in typhoon-damaged areas.
Helping a jujube farm
During the harvest season, EXCO's employees paid a visit to a short-staffed farm with an area of 600 pyeong (about 2,000 m²) and helped farmers collect 2,000 kg of jujubes.
Sharing Love through Kimchi
To lessen the food expenses of the underprivileged, EXCO executives and employees made and delivered 100 boxes of kimchi to 33 local children’s centers and 67 elderly people who live alone.
Sharing Love through Breads
We delivered 600 loaves of breads to locals suffering from COVID-19
Creating Regional Jobs
For the first time in Korea, EXCO has set up test sites in its exhibition halls. We have actively supported the safe execution of various public recruitment tests and also strive to provide opportunities for both retired employees and women taking career breaks.
Contributing to Society through Our Exhibitions
During EXCO exhibitions, we provide opportunities to promote and sell Daegu’s and Gyeongsangbuk-do’s local services. We supply sales channels to farmers suffering from COVID-19, so local residents can purchase excellent agricultural and marine products at low prices.
Supporting Local Exhibition Hosts
We established the EXCO Startup Square to support the growth of local exhibition hosts and play a leading role in the revitilization of the local MICE industry.
MICE Education for the Youth
EXCO is a certified voluntary education program institute. We have two major initiatives to provide quality educational support to students :
1) Visiting schools
2) Inviting students to EXCO for a MICE educational program
Expanding Opportunities for Local Culture
EXCO has a wide range of performance spaces that local institutes and groups can use for free when hosting events for public interest. This program is a part of EXCO’s corporate social responsibility policy, which aims to support local musicians and artists in Daegu.