At Contact, we believe it's important to take a long term, intergenerational view to the way we run our business and work with the communities and care for the environments in which we work and live. It's not just about doing what's right for today, but about thinking about what the distant future might look like and what our customers and the broad range of stakeholders we interact with might need and want from us in 5, 10, 20 or 50 year's time.

We're committed to being open and transparent about how we do business which means you'll see us talking about the key issues that are most important to our stakeholders and to New Zealand as a whole. Some of our key stakeholder groups include:

  • Customers
  • Our employees and contractors
  • Local communities
  • Investors
  • Shareholders
  • Our suppliers and business partners
  • Government and regulators
  • Tangata whenua
  • Media

For Contact, building a truly sustainability culture is a multi-year journey. It began with our 2013 annual report, our first integrated sustainability and financial report, and we continue to evolve our reporting and internal processes.