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Corporate Philosophy

Basic Commitment of the Toshiba Group

Toshiba Group's Corporate Philosophy emphasizes respect for people, creation of new value, and contribution to society.
The Group slogan – “Committed to People, Committed to the Future. TOSHIBA.” – expresses the essence of our corporate philosophy. We recognize that it is our corporate social responsibility (CSR) to put our philosophy and slogan into practice in our day-to-day business activities. In doing so, we accord the highest priority to human life and safety and to compliance.

Basic Commitment of the Toshiba Group

We, Toshiba Group companies, based on our total commitment to people and to the future, are determined to help create a higher quality of life for all people, and to do our part to help ensure that progress continues within the world community.

1.Commitment to People
We endeavor to serve the needs of all people, especially our customers, shareholders, and employees, by implementing forward-looking corporate strategies while carrying out responsible and responsive business activities. As good corporate citizens, we actively contribute to further the goals of society.
2.Commitment to the Future
By continually developing innovative technologies centering on the fields of Electronics and Energy, we strive to create products and services that enhance human life, and which lead to a thriving, healthy society. We constantly seek new approaches that help realize the goals of the world community, including ways to improve the global environment.

Toshiba Group Slogan Committed to People, Committed to the Future.

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Framework of Toshiba Group's Management Philosophy

Toshiba Group's Management Philosophy Basic Commitment of Toshiba Group Toshiba Group Management Vision Toshiba Group Standards of Conduct oshiba Brand Statement UN Global Compact

*UN Global Compact: A voluntary corporate citizenship initiative concerning human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption proposed by the former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in 1999 at the World Economic Forum. Toshiba joined the UN Global Compact in 2004

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Toshiba Group’s CSR Management

Toshiba Group’s CSR Management

CSR management means giving top priority to human life, safety, and legal compliance and contributing to the solution of problems in the global society through business.
In order to meet the expectations of stakeholders, it is our responsibility to communicate with various stakeholders in promoting CSR activities. Such activities must be supported by each and every one of Toshiba Group's 200,000 employees worldwide.

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