Ayala Corporation is one of the Philippines’ oldest and largest conglomerates, listed in Forbes’ Global 2000. Every year, the corporation sets an annual style guide for implementation across the conglomerate – a portfolio of diverse business interests, including investments in retail, education, real estate, banking, telecommunications, energy, and healthcare. The task is to create a distinct published piece that would nevertheless look quite at home with its sibling reports.
Taking tangrams from the 360 graphic element, we fashioned shapes, frames, and focal points to tell the story of sustainability within the Ayala group.
At Ayala, we have always aimed to create value that incorporates financial metrics but is not limited by them. By widening the set of communities and partners we intend to add value to, we aim to create a more holistic and sustainable cycle of prosperity for both the company and the country.
Over our many years of existence, we have aimed for success, innovation, and progressive engagement not only for our company but also for the many markets we have chosen to serve.
Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Beyond our institutions, our expanded
and enlightened perspective of our greater community has also allowed us to play a part in helping address social sustainability issues.
We have endeavored to participate in
the areas of education and livelihood,
and through our businesses, empower a broader base of customers that cut across the socioeconomic pyramid.
Fernando Zobel de Ayala
President and Chief Operating Officer
SUSTAINABILITY REPORT ROADMAP
18 from 180: Milestones in Nation Building
Ayala has always taken a long-term view of its investments. This perspective, shared by generations of its leaders and employees, has been instrumental in building an enduring legacy in Philippine business and its contribution to the economic development of the country. Its social commitment remains strong, not only through philanthropy but also through investments in sustainable development.
These 18 milestones from our 180 years of doing business illustrate a deeply held commitment to nation building that will endure for years to come.
We have identified two indicators—vacation leaves availed and Organizational Overtime Hours Ratio—to monitor our ability to create a workplace that enables employees to balance work with personal time and activities.