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Materiality

We assess the SDGs and other social issues in the context of Duskin Group's value chain and business model, and review our assessments to reflect social changes.

Process to Identify Materiality

First, we have categorized and analyzed external conditions in the four areas of politics, economy, society and technology. Then, we have identified risks and opportunities from the perspectives of different stakeholders, namely, customers, franchisees, local communities, suppliers, employees, the global environment, and shareholders. Actions to address the identified risks and opportunities have been defined as material issues for Duskin. We have established specific activities and key performance indicators (KPIs) for them with value creation and the SDGs taken into account.

Process to Identify Materiality

Materiality Review

Even amid profound changes in the environment surrounding Duskin, we remain eager to pursue higher corporate value. We move forward with the concept of CSV (Creating Shared Value) to resolve economic, social and environmental issues through our business activities, and boost governance in ways that drive our creation of economic value, social value and environmental value at the same time. To this end, we have reviewed our material issues which had a strong component of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and evolved the issues into the ones that aim to create shared value (CSV), while also taking into account our contribution to SDGs. The updated material issues were decided after deliberation by the Sustainability Committee.

Materiality Review

Contribution to SDGs

In 2015, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a set of 17 goals and 169 associated targets, were adopted at the United Nations' Sustainable Development Summit.

Duskin Group examined these goals and targets and determined the relevance of the SDGs with our businesses across the value chain. The group made a commitment to contribute to sustainable development of society through our business activities and to achieve the goals of the universal Agenda for Sustainable Development by 2030.