The sustainability report is intended for stakeholders such as customers, business partners, shareholders, employees, and NGOs – as well as all other stakeholders who are interested in the values and principles of HUGO BOSS. To compile the report contents, HUGO BOSS follows the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and incorporates the results of the materiality analysis.
The sustainability report is intended to provide transparency as to how HUGO BOSS takes responsibility – for example, through close collaboration with partners worldwide and through materials selected according to sustainability criteria. In addition to measures already implemented, the report also describes long-term targets. As such, it documents the progress that HUGO BOSS is making in firmly embedding sustainability within the Group. Because our efforts are based on our own convictions and as a result of our promise of quality to customers.
The 2017 sustainability report integrates the non-financial report in accordance with CSR-RUG (the CSR Guidelines Implementation Act). To identify the report contents, the company extensively updated its materiality analysis.
Sustainability magazine “Thinking Beyond – Acting to the Point”
The precise interplay between quality, innovation, and responsibility characterizes the guiding sustainability principles at HUGO BOSS. To further sensitize employees, partners, and customers to this subject, the sustainability magazine “Thinking Beyond – Acting to the Point” was published in 2016, to describe the vision and the individual action areas of the HUGO BOSS commitment in more detail.
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