Long-Term Vision statement
Our Social Significance and Material Issues
Based on material issues, contributing to solving social issues which will lead to improved corporate value over the medium to long term.
Social issues such as demographic changes, climate-change, and resource depletion are emerging, and we are identifying five material issues under Our Philosophy and management vision in order to respond to individual needs to "see." Based on these material issues, we will contribute to solving social issues through our business activities, which will lead to improved corporate value over the medium to long term
Value Creation Process
Focusing on sustainable value creation with an eye to resolving future social issues
We will contribute to solving social issues by pursuing material issues through cocreation with our customers by leveraging our intangible assets of "relation with customers," "technology integration," and "diverse human capital." We will develop a process that involves thinking, bringing in proposals to areas where customers do not realize them, and creating value to lead to solve issues together with customers.
Material issues for value creation
Backcasting from 2030 to identify five material issues
Today, numerous social issues, such as demographic changes, rising social welfare spending, climate change, and resource depletion are becoming evident. With a view to 2030, Konica Minolta has made opportunity and risk assessments concerning how these issues will impact our Group and society and, through backcasting, has redefined five material issues that we seek to address. By focusing on these material issues and helping to solve social issues through our business activities, we will enhance medium- to long-term corporate value.
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