At Puig, as a family company that aspires to leave behind a better world for future generations, we aim to build brands that generate a positive impact on the environment and society. Not only is it important that we improve our environmental performance, but it is also key that we support the diversity of our consumers and communities.
In 2021, all of us together were able to maximize the company’s capacity to have a positive impact, not only in terms of financial contributions but also in terms of the scope of our actions.
In 2014 the Puig Foundation launched Invisible Beauty with the aim of becoming a benchmark in social commitment, in line
with the Puig corporate purpose and, more recently, with the social commitments of our 2030 ESG Agenda.
For seven years, Invisible Beauty has supported the Makers program, an initiative aimed at fostering the entrepreneurial excellence of people who are already implementing social projects focused on gender equality (SDG 5), empowering women and girls (SDGs 4 and 5), reducing inequalities within and between countries (SDG 10), and developing sustainable and responsible production and consumption systems (SDG 12). Makers is a mentoring and funding program for initiatives with a high social impact.
Puig employees who participate in this program transfer their know-how in different areas to the leaders of these projects,
providing them with the key skills required for success. Meanwhile, we offer the most dedicated Puig employees an opportunity to channel their commitment and contribute to Puig’s corporate purpose.
With the seventh edition of Invisible Beauty, we hope to maximize our contribution to the 2030 ESG Agenda. New to this edition is the creation of a space where social entrepreneurship, Puig and our brands can cooperate and co-create to maximize their social impact.