Moving forward with courage and hope.
In all that we do, we consider the needs and views of our stakeholders: how the way in which we conduct our business can support them in meeting their needs, and what this means for us as a business.
Message from our CEO
“Now, more than ever, our sector and our company are poised to enable scientific breakthroughs even faster, with ever better quality research tools, greater rigour, dependability and speed, and an even greater passion for collaboration. Amidst this time of turmoil and loss, I am lifted by our enduring
Alan Hirzel, CEO
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We recognise and consider the meta and meso-trends that shape and threaten our world. Identifying these trends is an important part of our business planning, not only so that we can determine emerging risks to the sustainability of our business, but also so that we can pinpoint opportunities to create value and make a positive impact.
The UN’s 17 SDGs form part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by UN member states in 2015. They provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for all people and the planet, now and in the future.
Building on engagement with stakeholders and our understanding of our most material ESG sustainability issues, we have developed a strategic framework aimed at delivering sustained social, financial and environmental value.
Read examples from across the business of how we are growing our positive impact.
Our sustainability framework weaves together our purpose, culture and strategy, and sets out our priority areas.
We have a culture founded on trust that our people will make the right decisions and do the right thing.
As we continue to create sustainable value, we recognise the actions we take and progress we make are dynamic and ongoing.