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  • Speaking SustainabilityCredible, Effective CommunicationMassachusetts Technology Leadership CouncilKristine KalaijianDecember 6, 2011
  • A Well-respected, Blue-chipCompany for Over 100 YearsFounded in 1891Headquartered in Amsterdam, the NetherlandsSales over EUR 25 billion30% in emerging economies116,000 employeesSales and service outlets in over 100 countriesGlobally recognized brand (world top 50)Our brand value almost doubled to $8.1bn since 2004€1.6 billion investment in R&D, 7% of sales55,000 patent rights – 33,000 registered trademarks –49,000 design rights Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011
  • Our Health and Well-being OfferPowered by Three SectorsHealthcare Consumer Lifestyle Lighting Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 3
  • SustainabilityIn Our DNA• Strong Organizational Foundation• Aligned with Health and Well-being Profile• Part of Vision 2015 and Annual Management Agenda• Powered by Global Trends – Societal and Climate Change• EcoVision Targets/Key Sustainability Performance Indicators• EcoDesign and Green Product Development• EHS Governance• Stakeholder Engagement – Suppliers – NGO’s – External Recognition• Employee Volunteerism Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 4
  • Speaking SustainabilityCommunications and Actions• Annual Report – one section devoted to sustainability – Internal Environmental Reporting• Internal and External Websites• Supplier Accountability• Green Product Marketing – Eco Passports• Social Investment Projects – Woodstove – Cairo to Cape Town Tour – Solar Lighting Products Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 5
  • Speaking SustainabilityCommunications and Actions (continued)• Philips News Network (PNN) – Simplicity Rewards• 2011 Sustainability Quiz• Community Outreach – Company Sponsored Volunteer Programs – Philips Cares – SimplyHealthy@Schools Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 6
  • Health and Well-being CompanyPowered by Global TrendsRapid population growth and consumerdemands in growing economiesClimate change with dramatic consequencesto our planetIncrease in chronic disease in bothdeveloped and developing countriesRising healthcare costsScarcity of materials and lack of collectionand recycling legislation in certain areasof the world Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 7
  • Clarifying Sustainability Balancing Human development and Earth’s bio-capacity Ecological footprint Human Development Index* *HDI = life expectancy + education level + purchasing power (see back-up slide)Source: WWF Living Planet Report 2006 Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 8
  • Sustainability means to us …… to improve people’s health & well-beingwhile respecting the limits of natural resources Ecological footprint DOWN Strategic Focus: UP Sustainable Health & Well-Being space Health and Well-being Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 9
  • EcoVision Goals for 2015Underlie our Strategic Focus and Commitment • Philips will bring care to more than 500 million Ecological footprint 1 people 2 • Philips will improve the energy efficiency of its 2 overall portfolio by 50% 3 3 • Philips will double the global collection and DOWN recycling amounts of our products, as well as double the amount of recycled materials in our products Strategic Focus: Sustainable Health 1 UP & Well-Being space Human Development Index 1 Lead by Healthcare 3 Lead by Consumer Lifestyle 2 Lead byKalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 Kristine Lighting 10
  • Green ProductsCharacterized by Philips Green Focal Areas Life cycle approach to determine a product’s overall environmental improvement One or more of our Green Focal Areas must be • Significantly better (at least 10%) than the reference product* • Resulting in a lower total environmental impact* Reference product: Philips predecessor or closest commercial competitors Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 11
  • Externally RecognizedSuper Sector Leader CategoryPersonal and Household Goods Best score for Supplier Sustainability2011/2012 out of five multinational finalists Eight year in a row, included in 20 most Sustainable StocksSignificant advancement in LEDlighting by US Department of Energy Best score for Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index and the Carbon Performance Leadership Index 2011Environment Excellence Award for Global Top 10 of Newsweek “Most Responsible Company Award’Philips Lighting Pakistan 2011 ranking of greenest for Philips China Kristine Kalaijian , Philips North America, December 6, 2011 12
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