HomeToGo Goes Green with UN Global Compact Membership

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HomeToGo SE, the premier platform featuring the world's most extensive assortment of vacation rentals, has officially entered into the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).

The UNGC stands as the world's largest voluntary programme for corporate sustainability, forging a collective alliance among businesses, governments, and civil society to uphold the universally recognised Ten Principles encompassing human rights, labour, environmental concerns, and anti-corruption measures.

HomeToGo proudly aligns itself with over 15,000 corporate entities and more than 3,800 non-profit organisations hailing from 160 nations across the globe who have made a conscious commitment to fostering a more sustainable and inclusive global economy.

By becoming a signatory to this pact, HomeToGo reaffirms its dedication to the cause of promoting a sustainable and resilient environment. The company aims to strategically integrate UNGC principles throughout its value chain, persistently enhance sustainability initiatives in its strategic planning, and contribute to the broader sustainability agenda.

Dr. Patrick Andrae, Co-founder & CEO of HomeToGo, expressed his pride in joining the UN Global Compact alongside a distinguished cohort of global organisations.

He emphasised HomeToGo's dedication to embracing the Ten UNGC Principles in their daily operations, a commitment that resonates deeply with the company's core values.

This declaration underscores HomeToGo's unwavering commitment to responsible and sustainable business practices, reinforcing their belief that safeguarding the planet, its inhabitants, and sound business operations are interlinked pursuits. HomeToGo eagerly anticipates active collaboration and dialogue with fellow participants, sharing best practices and experiences to foster continuous global improvements.

HomeToGo is committed to transparently reporting on the initiatives it has undertaken to support the UN's objectives and address matters encapsulated within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The company has plans to release its inaugural Communication of Progress report in 2024, outlining its progress and contributions toward these vital goals.

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