Sustainability strategy 2025
- The digital skills of people living in a networked world have to be honed. While technologies advance at great speed, people’s skills do not simply change without help. Almost every aspect of life now requires people to have the ability to relate competently to a digital “other” – whether it’s as schoolchildren, fathers and mothers, politicians, pensioners or citizens. In particular, those who are embedded in a value creation chain have no option but to keep pace with the demands of a networked world.
- Protecting the global climate requires decisive action. Climate change is a global problem of the first order, with repercussions that are having an ever-greater impact on Switzerland with every passing year. All countries must contribute in major ways to climate protection. Digitisation brings with it promising opportunities for this purpose.
- Reliable, secure infrastructure is fundamental to Switzerland’s competitiveness and quality of life.
In response to these challenges, Swisscom has formulated three strategic priorities and associated objectives with the aim of contributing to the well-being of people, the environment and Switzerland as a nation: