Asahi Breweries Europe Group takes a responsible approach to manufacturing and promoting their products. They take good care of people and the environment. In Asahi they strive to use natural resources as efficiently as possible. They pay close attention to being good neighbours in all the communities where Asahi operates and support their development. They also closely monitor the impact of their activities on the environment and strive to minimise any potential adverse effects.
From Paolo, you will learn how women have helped transform Asahi in Europe into a business with Sustainability at its core. He will also share his personal story of how women around him, both in the business and at home, have inspired him to be engaged in issues which go beyond the business, like the climate change.
Asahi in Europe has a clear vision to become carbon neutral by 2030 and use fully circular packaging. The company is committed to run the business in harmony with nature, not only for us, but for generations that come after us, because the gifts of nature are essential to brew great beers. To fulfil this purpose, everybody is important, but powerful women can play a crucial rule and make a difference. Asahi in Europe therefore implements various ways to support diversity and inclusion, and empowers women to make an impact. Paolo believes that it’s time for all of us to act, and that leaders have to lead Sustainability agenda as well. And more women in businesses can strongly help on this journey.
Asahi Breweries Europe Group was established in April 2017.
“We are the Central European business of the Asahi Group Holdings. In the heart of Europe, we are custodians of a range of admired local brands, some of which became national icons. We gave the world the first golden lager, and are extremely proud that we still brew our Pilsner Urquell the same way as in 1842. We focus on our range of premium brands, and while fully respecting the traditions, we also look into the future.”