Social Commitment

Grupo Elektra and TV Azteca, companies of Grupo Salinas, presented for the second time their Sustainability Reports based on the Global Reporting Initiative (Guide GR4.0) to communicate and disseminate their results and achievements in 2014 on environmental, social, labor and corporate governance matters.

Every day we promote the efficient use of resources in all the companies that are part of Grupo Salinas. As an example of our commitment to improve the quality of life of individuals, we use responsibly the natural resources and inform our employees about the importance of respecting the environment.

Through Fundación Azteca, Grupo Elektra and TV Azteca, support important initiatives to improve the health, education and environment of thousands of people. In all these years we have promoted awareness of the need for social and environmental change and maintain our commitment to increase the impact of our social initiatives to benefit more people and help preserve our environment.

The companies of Grupo Salinas have a strong commitment to the environment, seeking to advance economic development with the protection of nature and promoting change towards a culture of environmental responsibility. The achievements in 2014 motivate us to continue and join efforts with stakeholders for the benefit of communities and in our daily activities. Our actions today contribute in building a better future for generations to come. Access to a Summary of our Sustainability Reports

Las compañías de Grupo Salinas tienen un sólido compromiso con su entorno, buscan generar valor económico y promover el cambio hacia una cultura de responsabilidad con las comunidades.

Los logros obtenidos en 2015 nos motivan a continuar y sumar esfuerzos con los grupos de interés para beneficio de las comunidades así como en nuestras actividades cotidianas. Nuestras acciones de hoy, contribuyen en la construcción de un mejor futuro para las generaciones venideras.


2015 TV Azteca Sustainability Report

2015 Grupo Elektra Sustainability Report