On April 27, 2018, Schaffhausen-Swiss watchmaker IWC led the Swiss watch pioneer, following the standards of the industry’s authoritative organization ‘Global Reporting Initiative’ First brand sustainability report released. The report highlights IWC’s commitment to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals and clarifies the 2020 Sustainable Development Goals.
IWC releases sustainable development report
New era of biennial development reports
Promoting economic development, adopting renewable energy and fulfilling corporate social responsibility are IWC’s firmly established mission since the brand was founded. The business model of sustainable development is deeply rooted in IWC’s corporate culture. The Sustainability Reporting Guide, developed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), is the world’s first and most widely applicable sustainability reporting standard, providing a reliable reference standard for policy makers and implementers. The guide provides organizations with detailed guidance and clear indicators at the international level, and assists companies in publishing sustainable development reports, which is of great significance to stakeholders in various fields.
Christoph Grainger-Herr, Chief Executive Officer of IWC, said: ‘While maintaining the advanced quality, extraordinary craftsmanship and innovative spirit of IWC, we strive to create long-term value for the enterprise and society. With the brand’s first sustainable development report, IWC has taken a groundbreaking step in the field of high-end Swiss watches with rigorous measurement standards and forward-looking process management. We are committed to continuously improving the transparency of our business operations and showing it in a responsible manner. The impact of brand development on the economy, environment and society, and I hope to work with stakeholders from all walks of life to make continuous efforts to achieve sustainable brand development and support the realization of the United Nations sustainable development goals. ‘
IWC Solar Roof
The future of IWC’s sustainable development
The IWC Sustainability Report 2018 reaffirms the brand’s determination to promote positive change, emphasizing the brand’s vision to manufacture high-quality watches and lead the industry in a sustainable and profitable way in the high-end watch sector . This includes working with consumers, peers in the industry, business partners and the wider community to ensure long-term social and environmental value while ensuring the healthy development of the brand.
Reviewing the company’s original values and looking forward to future development, compared to 2017, IWC has established clear 2020 development goals, including:
30% reduction in packaging volume and weight of main products
比例 Double the proportion of women in management positions
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 10%
Obtain the latest certification of the RJC industry code
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‘We believe that sustainable business initiatives can help brands achieve healthy growth in revenue and net profit while mitigating risks. The project is evaluated twice a year to ensure that the brand’s direction of development is aligned with the priorities of stakeholders and with the The sustainable development goals are closely aligned, and we are demonstrating the potential of sustainable development and will focus more sharply and more specifically on the most important issues. ‘Franziska Gsell, Chief Marketing Officer of IWC Schaffhausen, added .
IWC international certification in the field of corporate social responsibility
铜 2017 International CSR Excellence Awards Bronze Award for Sustainable Development
Received the Butterfly Logo Award by Positive Luxury since 2013
获得 Since 2014, it has been continuously certified by the RJC
获得 Best Swiss Corporate Social Responsibility Award from CFI.co in 2014
Walpole Award for Excellence 2012 Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award