Our CSR mission statement
Camelot is strongly committed to contribute to sustainable development as defined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Our CSR Mission in action
Within a strategic partnership with caritas international we have renewed the entire IT landscape and successfully achieved an increase of donations through ease of access and increased usability.
Educating Responsible Leaders
Camelot is a founding sponsor of the Chair of Sustainable Business at the renowned University of Mannheim led by Prof. Dr. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons.
Combating Climate Change
We are committed to cutting our carbon emissions by constantly decreasing business related travel, optimizing energy use and limiting disposal of office waste.
Camelot Social Sabbatical
The Camelot Social Sabbatical enables all our employees to realize heart-felt social projects by offering the opportunity to take a one-month social sabbatical every year.
At Camelot we use team events and team building activities to positively contribute to our local
communities and to support charity projects.
Diversity & Inclusion
We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture that helps employees know they are valued, respected and empowered to bring their best ideas forward.
Corporate Social Responsibility means to take care – about the people and the environment. Watch this video to find out more about CSR at CAMELOT.
University of Mannheim & CAMELOT:
A strong partnership for sustainable development.
Innovation is pivotal in our CSR mission. We harness one of our signature strengths, our Camelot DNA, for the purpose of contributing to a sustainable world. Camelot’s GreenMind² competence center creates strategies and solutions that enable businesses to take a step forward in their sustainability journey.
The Charta der Vielfalt is a corporate initiative to promote diversity in companies and institutions. The initiative aims to promote the recognition, appreciation and integration of diversity into Germany’s business culture. Camelot ITLab creates a working environment free of biases. All employees should be valued – regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or worldview, physical ability, age, sexual orientation and identity.