The Foundation of Success
Whether short-term or long-term, value creation depends on a combination of assets, whether financial or nonfinancial, tangible or intangible. A company must be attuned to the needs of its customers, shareholders, and other stakeholders in order to provide valuable differentiation from its competition.
Clariant’s success is founded on its ability to operate with efficiency and integrity while providing innovative and sustainable solutions for its customers. Clariant’s business model perfectly illustrates how the company’s Business Areas transform financial and nonfinancial inputs into valuable outputs by applying the three main value-creation processes to all of its corporate activities.
Clariant’s ambition to create sustainable value is guided not only by its vision, mission, and corporate values, but also by its corporate governance principles, strong leadership culture, and compensation principles.
Clariant stays attuned to the needs of its customers, employees, shareholders, and society by assessing market trends, engaging in dialog with stakeholders, and embracing their feedback to improve its business.
The business model illustrates how a company draws on various capitals as inputs and converts them into outputs, such as products and services, through its business activities. The company’s activities and outputs lead to outcomes that affect the capitals, thus impacting the company and its stakeholders. View entire glossary