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the SPIRIT OF the Austrian company SWAROVSKI

20. September 2017

Swarovski thinks in generations not quarters. The founder, Daniel Swarovski, believed  that  business  should  have not  only its employees’ wellbeing at heart but also that of the environment  and society as a whole. His vision still inspires today. For a global business in modern times, this  means playing a deeper role in  society and ensuring the business acts  responsibly and with  purpose.

SWAROVSKI  continually strives to be a more sustainable business in the way they create their products, engage designers and serve their customers. The crystal is manufactured to the highest social and environmental standards and can be an integral part of a responsible material portfolio. 

SWAROVSKI  aims to empower women who wear and make the pieces, protect the rivers and other natural assets that support the production process and promote conscious glamour through innovative products and collaborations. 

The SWAROVSKI production plant in Pune produces crystal pearls and a selection of Crystal Living range for their high-street retailers.

SWAROVSKI colleagues in Pune achieved their SA8000 certifications – a demonstration of best practise social compliance and are included in the ongoing certification process of Swarovski Professional to the Responsible Jewellery Council*

The SWAROVSKI  Waterschool educates children and communities about the ecological, economic,social and cultural issues that affect water use on a local and global level, and provides clean drinking water and sanitation in schools and communities.

SWARVOSKI works closely with the SWAROVSKI Foundation, a charitable entity set up in 2013 to honor the philanthropic spirit of Daniel Swarovski. The Foundation focuses on three areas to create maximum impact: fostering culture and creativity,promoting wellbeing and conserving natural resources

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