Offices

Social responsibility

Ever since its inception in 1996, Prime Advice Consulting Group has been expanding the scope of its activities, opening offices in different cities of Russia and growing the number of employees. Today, dozens of experts in various fields are employed by the Group, some of them have been working with us for over 10 years.

Over the years we have developed resilient standards of effective personnel management that meet the latest developments in corporate social responsibility. Our team adheres to business environment recommendations, observing the principles of sustainability in day to day operation of our offices.

Charity

We take pride in our participation in a wide variety of charitable activities. The Group’s management enjoys the support of all employees in directing funds traditionally allocated for New Year client presents towards the support of various charitable funds. This year marks the third time our company chooses to replace corporate New Year gifts in favor of charitable contributions.

Currently we are planning to participate in volunteer projects of organizations based both in Saint Petersburg and internationally that provide not only financial but also social aid to children in need.

  • Of special importance to us are the projects we carry out together with the “St. Petersburg Parents foundation”. On the eve of 2015 we supported the Nannies in Hospitals for Orphans program. Thanks to the joint initiative of the Prime Advice staff and the foundation, children in hospitals will be able to benefit from skilled care provided by compassionate staff.

  • Prime Advice supports the Foundation “Natasha”. Charitable Foundation “Natasha” helps people with severe progressive diseases of the pulmonary system with an indication for lung transplantation.

  • May 31, the Day of the Russian legal profession in St. Petersburg held a charity heat of lawyers Legal Run. “Prime Advice” was among the partners-organizers of the event. All the money collected by the organizers was passed to a charitable foundation “Give Life”.