A responsible approach

Since 2007, Sagarmatha has embraced a CSR and environmental approach influencing all its offer and internal processes :

  • The eco social conception of its campaigns and events
  • Support of the employees’ commitment to associations
  • The development of a special offer in CSR communications

Thanks to the commitment of our teams, we were among the first SME to win the LUCIE label and have it renewed every year.

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Social, economic, environnemental

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The "Lucie" label allows the identification of SMEs committed to sustainable development in the social, economic and environmental fields and following 7 fundamental rules :

  • work within the client’s interests
  • protect the environment
  • promote the human capital
  • act on the markets with loyalty
  • protect the human rights
  • combine the organization’s interest with the general interest
  • ensure the transparency of the decision and control systems

LUCIE

The "Lucie http://www.lucie-qfa.com " label allows the identification of SMEs committed to sustainable development in the social, economic and environmental fields and following 7 fundamental rules
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Our Neighbourhoods have talents

The association’s objective is to help the young graduates coming from disadvantaged neighborhoods find their first job. Several employees in Sagarmatha sponsor young people in their research and give them access to their professional networks. http://www.nosquartiers-talents.com
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CO2 solidaire

Sagarmatha endorsed a responsible compensation approach of its greenhouse gas emissions, which allows actions to reduce the climate impact. We also advise our clients to participate in these solidarity actions for the climate in their events http://www.co2solidaire.org
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Tourism for Development

The association (TFD) finances micro projects of sustainable development (wells, schools) in several countries. Since 2003, Sagarmatha has been supporting its actions by giving the association a part of its annual margin. http://www.tourismfordevelopment.com
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