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The mnemonic represents ITC's vibrant businesses that are future-ready, with a focus on consumer centricity, agility and resilience. The flower symbolises ITC's inherent focus on sustainability, while the petals stand for the Company's 12 future-ready businesses. At the centre, the power button reflects the digital transformation that is at the core of every business, while the human figures circling the mnemonic represent our universe of stakeholders, including shareholders, consumers, communities, farmers and employees, and depict ITC's philosophy of inclusive growth.
As we step into the third year of the pandemic, it is abundantly clear that we are at the crossroads of a redefined future. While economies started rebounding, new challenges emerged including geopolitical tensions, inflationary headwinds as well as extended supply chain disruptions. Our journey into the future will be shaped by our ability to adapt to the new normal and address emerging challenges with agility...Know More
To power the next horizon of growth, ITC has articulated an extensive strategy reset titled ITC Next, putting in place structural drivers that will ensure that the enterprise remains future-ready, consumer-centric and agile.
The key tenets of 'ITC Next' include leveraging ITC's institutional synergies and power brands, a future-ready portfolio to create strong growth platforms, purposeful and agile science-based innovation, accelerated investments in Digital and Sustainability. ITC will also be exploring additional opportunities for growth through value accretive M&As as well as enhanced investments to drive exports.
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ITC has been a global exemplar in sustainability, achieving many a milestone over the years in its efforts to serve the planet and its people. ITC's focus has been two-fold - supporting livelihood generation particularly among rural communities and nourishing and restoring the environment.
Taking a step forward, ITC has now articulated a bold Sustainability 2.0 agenda that raises the bar with ambitious targets to combat the urgent challenges of climate change and livelihood generation, a critical need post the pandemic. The aspiration is to scale up our multi-dimensional interventions that can enable the transition to a net zero economy, ensure water security for all, create an effective circular economy for post-consumer packaging waste, protect and restore biodiversity and ecosystem services through the adoption of nature-based solutions.
This was a year in which ITC Infotech took definitive measures to further strengthen its foundations for longterm, sustainable growth, built at the intersection of domain and technology. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian Technology Market demonstrated immense resilience. In 2021, it witnessed a phase of resurgence, even as it continued to battle the ongoing war for talent.
The 'CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development', established by ITC in 2006 in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), continues to focus on promoting sustainable business practices amongst Indian enterprises. An Advisory Council, which includes members from the industry, civil society and institutions, provides strategic direction to the Centre.
The 16th Sustainability Summit - 'Building a Resilient Future: Leveraging Science, Technology and Finance' was held in September 2021 in partnership with 23 multi-sectoral organisations. Dignitaries, like Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Government of India; Ms Lea Wermelin, Minister of Environment, Government of Denmark; Shri Suresh Prabhu, Member of Parliament; Mr Nigel Topping, High Level Champion for Climate Action, COP26; H.E. Mr Alexander Ellis, British High Commissioner to India; H.E. Mr Ugo Astuto, Ambassador, European Union to India and Mr Sanjiv Puri, CMD, ITC Limited gave keynote addresses. There were 107 speakers with 25% global and 27% female speakers and 800 participants.
ITC Sangeet Research Academy (ITC-SRA), created in 1977 as an independent Public Charitable Trust, is an embodiment of ITC's sustained commitment to a priceless national eritage. The Company's pledge towards ensuring enduring excellence in Classical Music education continues to drive ITC-SRA in furthering its objective of preserving and ropagating Hindustani Classical Music through this modern Gurukul based on the traditional 'Guru-Shishya Parampara'.