You’ve already mentioned the subject of aims: What aims do you have at and with Croozer? What has the company already done with respect to sustainability and what comes next?
As I said, the great advantage with Croozer is that I don’t have to start from scratch. There is already willingness and awareness among the management and employees, and several measures, like product durability and environmentally friendly textile dyeing, have already been implemented. Nevertheless, there’s still a lot to do: I’m talking about the 50 sustainability targets that we are currently defining and that we want to achieve by 2025. These include not only environmental topics, like logistics and materials, but also
In this area, I have the impression that Croozer is already doing a lot of things right: as an employer, Croozer is very concerned about work-life balance. I noticed this right away when we were discussing the weekly work hours and time planning for my position. In my eyes, Croozer is very family friendly and flexible. Unfortunately, that is not always that easy to find in today’s world. In addition, the work atmosphere and communication are very open, and it’s really easy to assimilate! That said, we are not going to rest on our laurels, which is why the planned 50 sustainability targets also take social aspects into consideration.
The aim is for me, together with Croozer, to clearly define problems, strategies and targets and to establish sustainability as a firm criterion in decision-making processes. Transparency is very important to me in the establishment of targets and measures: We want to share information about not only our aims and successes, but also the associated problems and challenges. This is why I’m already working on the sustainability report for Croozer.
Thank you for the interesting conversation, Jonas – we are already looking forward to the next tasks and successes!