Economy, ecology, social issues - there are many facets of sustainable actions. However, what do people around the world specifically expect from Porsche in this context? Which topics are particularly important to you? Today, the sports car manufacturer is launching an online stakeholder survey to find the answers. The survey will be open until 30 July.
Sustainable action is a central part of Porsche Strategy 2030. In this, the company combines the tradition and values of the brand with innovative technologies and sustainability.
Porsche’s business activities affect the interests of many people around the world. It is therefore particularly important to the sports car manufacturer that we talk to each other and not about each other.
An open and transparent dialogue provides us with the basis for strengthening our entrepreneurial responsibility. The focus here is on the relevant questions: What do people around the world specifically expect from Porsche in terms of sustainability? Which topics are particularly important to you?
Be a part of the future of sustainable mobility by taking around ten minutes to complete an online survey.
The survey will be available until 30 July. You are also welcome to share the link to the survey. Porsche is looking forward to receiving your opinions, because sustainability is teamwork.
Participation is, of course, voluntary. Your data will be stored anonymously without attribution to the respondent and in compliance with all data protection requirements in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information on data protection in this survey, please click here.
If you have any technical queries, do not hesitate to contact “imug Beratungsgesellschaft mbH”, the agency Porsche AG has commissioned for this survey
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