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  • How can you support society and strengthen business simultaneously? Johan Reiman, Director of Corporate Responsibility at Volvo Group, describes the concept of Creating Shared Value as a way to combine the two. “Creating Shared Value is a business philosophy designed to solve social issues profitably. It sees corporate responsibility activities as an opportunity to strengthen and develop both business and society.”

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  • The Swedish Institute, in cooperation with the Embassy of Sweden New Delhi, the Volvo Group, IKEA, Ericsson One and other organisations, was hosting a 42-hour digital hackathon called the Sweden-India Mobility Hack on the topic of “Changing the Way We Move”.

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  • Volvo Group’s Vocational School projects in Africa put young people in work, contribute to safer roads and empower women. But the initiative is also a way of creating value by overcoming business obstacles.

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  • DRIVE TLV is an innovation hub that focuses on smart mobility solutions. Its mission is to create effective collaborations between hand-picked start-ups and the hub’s corporate partners, one of which is Volvo. “Through Drive TLV we have access to start-ups working with the latest technology” says Guillaume Favreau from Volvo.

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    03/31/2021

    How quiet is too quiet?

    Too much noise is not just unpleasant; it can even be dangerous. Each year, noise pollution robs residents of western European cities of more than one million healthy life years, and about half of the people living in cities in Europe are disturbed by noise.

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  • The Volvo Group sets target to reduce its climate impact by a commitment to reach Net zero emissions latest 2050. Björn Brovik, the Environmental Director of the Volvo Group, is leading the work involved in achieving this important and challenging goal. “This is a challenging target to meet and it is important for us to set ourselves credible and ambitious interim targets along the way. But because of the high level of commitment and competence within the Volvo Group, I am confident that we will make it,” he says.

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  • The transport and logistics industry is undergoing a period of rapid change with new, digital, high-tech solutions being introduced into its products and processes. The Volvo Group is developing new business solutions for effective, safe and sustainable services which are centred around users’ needs.

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    02/23/2021

    A business that gives back

    To harvest used parts from vehicles and machines is an important step in minimizing the use of new raw material. The production of a remanufactured component uses up to 80% less energy compared to a newly manufactured one – and costs less.

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  • Digitalization is a key component in shaping the future of transport and infrastructure solutions. Daniele Capasso, Vice President Digital Transformation at Volvo Group, explains why it takes more than just technology to achieve a digital transformation.

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  • The future of mobility could change society. Do you want to be part of that change? The Swedish Institute, in cooperation with the Embassy of Sweden New Delhi, the Volvo Group, IKEA, Ericsson One and other organisations, is hosting a 42-hour digital hackathon called the Sweden-India Mobility Hack on the topic of “Changing the Way We Move” and you are invited to join in.

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