How Stream Energy is Practicing Corporate Social Responsibility in Dallas, Texas
Corporate social responsibility has always been part of a self-indulging business model that assists a corporation to be socially accountable to the public, stakeholders, and its management. Through participating in corporate social responsibility, companies win client’s hearts because more often than not, it has been proven that millennials like to be part of a business that supports the community. Lately, one company that has indulged in corporate social responsibility is Stream Energy.
About Stream Energy
In 2005, Rob Snyder joined Pierre Koshakji to establish Stream Energy. At first, the firm provided energy services strictly in Texas. This was during the deregulation of electricity in the area. After three years, the firm expanded to Georgia then Northeast. It also started selling electric as well as gas energy services across ten states. Washington, DC was one of the states. In 2015, the company began providing mobile phone services. This unit of services was known as Stream Wireless.
Growth and Development
In 2017, Stream shifted its office to Tollway Center. Since then, the company has signed up with different independent investors including those who are interested in joining the multi-level marketing branch to supply energy services and products to the community. Aside from that, Stream indulges in community projects. If you remember Hurricane Harvey, then you are probably aware of the damages it caused to the people of Dallas. Not only did some lose their loved ones but also property. While some companies came forward to support victims, Stream Energy’s contribution stood out from the rest. The firm called upon its management to rally contributions from employees and business associates.
In an article posted on Patch, Stream stands out as a philanthropic company that cares for the society. In the past, it founded an organization called Stream Cares. Through this firm, the management has offered useful charitable services to those who need physical and emotional support. Typically, corporate giving is part of Stream Energy’s DNA. The company dedicates part of its income to creating programs that support the less fortunate. Through these programs, the firm has attracted clients and stakeholders from different walks of life.
— Stream (@MyStreamSocial) September 19, 2018