Ready for more sustainability – our Sus­tain­abil­ity Strategy 2025

We are ready to strive for more sustainability for Switzer­land, the en­vi­ron­ment and the people, and are tackling three fun­da­men­tal challenges head-on:

  • People in the networked world: whether children, senior citizens, working people or those returning to work, we all must keep pace with the demands of the digital world.
  • Climate protection: heat, drought, melting glaciers, extreme rainfall – climate change is giving us a taste of what lies ahead in the coming decades.
  • Com­pet­i­tiveness and attractive locations: thanks to a constantly high level of commitment and investment, we live in one of the countries with the highest com­pet­i­tiveness and quality of life.

While tech­nolo­gies advance at great speed, people’s skills do not simply change without help. People nowadays face digital challenges in almost all areas of life. That’s why we want to hone the digital skills of people living in a networked world. We create attractive jobs for our employees within our company. In addition, we exert our influence to promote fair working conditions with our suppliers, the majority of whom are located outside Europe.

Climate change is on people’s minds. Digitisation brings with it promising op­por­tu­ni­ties that will have immediate impact. Given the urgency of the climate challenge, the digital levers for climate protection must be used with resolve.

A reliable, secure ICT in­fra­struc­ture is fun­da­men­tal to com­pet­i­tiveness, value creation and quality of life in Switzer­land. It ensures prosperity and social cohesion.

We are meeting these challenges with three strategic areas of action and objectives that have been defined accordingly: