Hotelbeds unveils first corporate responsibility report

Hotelbeds has announced the publication of its first-ever corporate responsibility report. The report has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards and highlights the company’s strong sustainability performance.

This inaugural edition of the report confirms the most relevant environmental, social and governance information and achievements relating to the fiscal year running from 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019.

Examples include the company having been certificated as a Carbon Neutral Organisation for the second year by offsetting its carbon emissions generated in the past two years; launch of the company’s Corporate Volunteering Programme, which encourages the its global workforce to actively participate in volunteering opportunities throughout the globe.

“Measurable sustainability goals.”

The report is part of the company’s focus on establishing a more responsible and sustainable business model and measurable sustainability goals, providing detailed information about its initiatives to its employees, partners, and other stakeholders.

Joan Vilà, executive chairman at Hotelbeds said: “As the leaders in our sector, and as the distributor of more than 50 million hotel room nights each year, we have a clear responsibility to demonstrate to our partners and employees that we operate a responsible, transparent business model and that we take very seriously the environmental impact we have, alongside our commitment to economic and social development around the world.”

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