Sustainability

Because we care
 

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Corporate Sustainability

The backbone of our vision

Sustainability Policy

At Titan, we are committed to integrating environmental, social and ethical principles into our business vision of creating elevating experience for the people we touch and significantly impacting the
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Chutki, our very own mascot

Our vision of elevating experiences for the people we touch and significantly impacting the world we live, guides me and my functions.
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Integrated and Business Responsibility Reports

Whereas the Integrated Report highlights the performance across identified materiality topics, the BRR showcases responsible business practices on social, environmental and economic aspects.
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Enabling crafts people to become self-sustainable

As one of the verticals under Titan CSR, our primary focus with this initiative is to support craft communities and revive or sustain the practice of heritage crafts as a livelihood option.
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Design Impact Awards; Celebrating product designs that cause social change

Titan’s own flagship program, Design Impact Awards is a program that identifies, celebrates, and supports innovative product designs that cause social change.
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Our responsibility

For a better world

Corporate Social Responsibility

We at Titan work towards enhancing the access to education, women empowerment and help the tribes of India.
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Occupational Health and Safety

We at Titan Company Limited, commit ourselves to implement & Maintaining occupational Health & safety(OHS)
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Business Excellence

Explore the unique matrix of self-assessment that drives Titan.
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Climate Change

From efficient processes and innovative ideas to create sustainable products. Titan is committed to doing its bit for the environment.
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ECHO #ForHer

A journey of 6,000 kms across India’s Golden Quadrilateral over 90 days to support the education of underprivileged girl children, AND to create awareness among an audience of 6 lakh people about “good touch and bad touch” in association with Young Indians.