As a family-owned company, we think and act across generations. Based on Stefan Schörghuber's corporate philosophy, we have honed our family values in the context of transforming our group and established them as concrete target for our business divisions − adapting them in line with the respective industry and locations, and to ensure the greatest impact. One core family value is sustainability. Our group has always seen itself as a good corporate citizen, with protecting the climate and resources as its overarching objective.
Founding of Josef Schörghuber Foundation
The Josef Schörghuber-Stiftung für Münchner Kinder foundation is established to enable children from socially disadvantaged families to participate in recreational activities. Since it was founded, it has raised approximately 7 million euros and provided support to over 100,000 children and their families.
Certification Paulaner Brewery
The Paulaner Brewery in Munich received EMAS certification in 2013 − first at Nockherberg, then from 2016 onwards in Langwied. In the meantime, the regional breweries, and thus all the locations, have also been EMAS-III-certified.
Ventisqueros joins the Global Salmon Initiative and sets itself the goal of having 100% of its production certified by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council. In 2022, the certification level reached 85%. Ventisqueros achieved a Best Aquaculture Practices certification level of 100% back in 2017.
The Mallorcan hotel company Arabella Hoteles e Inversiones de España publishes an ESG report in accordance with the GRI standard for the first time.
Construction of Sternenhaus
A donation of 3 million euros from the newly founded Stefan Schörghuber Foundation makes it possible for the Nicolaidis YoungWings Foundation to build the Sternenhaus − a place for young people in mourning who have lost their partner or a parent.
Bayerische Hausbau develops its first ESG strategy. A quarter of the workforce is involved in the developing the strategy.
Zero Waste Ventisqueros
Ventisqueros begins implementing a zero waste-to-landfill strategy with the aim of eliminating all waste that needs to be disposed of in landfills by 2026. A variety of different approaches to recycling are being pursued instead. The recycling rate in 2021 was 81%.
The entire Schörghuber Group obtains the energy it needs from renewable energy sources.
The Stefan Schörghuber Foundation sponsors twenty young, outstanding students at the Technical University of Munich with a Deutschlandstipendium grant.