Tratos is engaged in promoting the UN 17 goals and the net-zero emission target for 2030, and it is a strong voice in any cluster or place where it is participating. This is why the fourth pillar of its CO2 strategy is about being vocal. The pillar is concerned with the fact that each company should promote sustainable development among its partners and network in order to sensibilise as many as possible to adopt a more sustainable approach.
Indeed, Tratos not only attempts to give a valuable contribution to the world by lowering the environmental impact of its products, but it also attempts to spread its vision among its clients, partners, and followers in order to sensibilise its network to a more environmentally friendly approach. Tratos, in its daily operations, attempts to be vocal. Below you can find all the different ways in which Tratos attempt to have resonance within the sustainable development realm.
This is how Tratos attempts to be vocal:
Dr Maurizio Bragagni, Tratos CEO, led the first interactive project on behalf of the IEC Market Strategy Board and created a new interactive website to explore the topic of mobility. Using a futures approach, the website presents three possible scenarios to better understand how mobility could evolve when considered alongside sustainability and society.
Tratos is aware that in order to foster sustainable development and to reduce carbon emissions it is necessary to change the current carbon footprint taxation systems. This is why Tratos CEO, Dr Maurizio Bragagni has been working hard to implement and propose a new taxation system that will support governments and businesses in reducing carbon emissions.
The Tratos Academy is driven by the company’s commitment to people development. Investment in people is the foremost way to deliver success for the people and the business in a rapidly changing market. Consequently Tratos has made a significant investment in establishing and developing the Tratos Academy.
Leadership by example is a clear invitation for others to strive to be the best they can be. Continuous learning is part of the Tratos culture, and it starts at the top. Tratos CEO and other members of the senior team studied for their MBAs at London Business School, (formerly Cass), and all board members have now embarked on route to achieving Institute of Directors’ chartered directorship accreditation.