Our new approach to reporting
Orange Polska is pleased to present its second integrated annual report. The previous integrated report was published in 2017. In it, we continue our commitment to communicating with our shareholders and other stakeholders in a way that combines the financial and non-financial aspects of our business. It presents our business model, our value creation story, the economic and social context of our operations, how we implement our strategy, how we are governed and how we influence the environment.
We hope that by reporting in this way we can demonstrate to our investors as well as other stakeholders the wider context of our business activities, and explain our responsible approach to doing business. We create value not only in financial terms, but in other forms such as trust, reputation, job satisfaction, customer loyalty and good relations with local communities. We encourage you to read the report and share your opinions by sending us your feedback to email@example.com.
Scope and boundaries
The content of this report addresses key developments and material matters for the period 1 January to 31 December 2017. It provides insight into our business model, our strategic priorities, and the external and internal environment in which we operate: all factors which determine our strategy. It provides both qualitative commentary and quantitative performance measures. The report content is driven by materiality, and it sets out to address the most important topics for different groups of our stakeholders. The report also includes information on the indirect impact of Orange Polska in the value chain-building relationships with suppliers, public administration, business and social partners. We refer to our impact on the economy, local communities and the environment. For the purposes of this report we have included our full consolidated financial statements and our most material social and environmental information.
The content and the layout of this report are based on the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and Global Reporting Initiative (Standard) guidelines, ISO 26000 and the Global Compact Principles. The report also reflects the directions in EU legislation on disclosures of non-financial and diversity information.