Korian #1 Annual Report

Korian is publishing an integrated report for the first time ever, coinciding with the Group’s 15th anniversary.
This document reflects Korian’s strategy and clearly depicts the company’s raison d’être and its socially-focused mission, by setting out the major challenges it faces and explaining how the company’s strategy creates shared value for all stakeholders.

The sustainability of our business and our companies hinges on our ability to come up with new, innovative and people-centric ways of working. We would not be able to do this if it wasn’t for the exemplary dedication shown by the women and men at Korian every day. The report portrays their actions and their accomplishments. First and foremost, I want this report to be for them” explains Sophie Boissard, CEO of the Korian group.

To address ever more complex demographic and health issues, the Korian group has embarked on an in-depth change process over the last two years to adapt its organisations, offerings, innovations, methods and governance to accommodate the economic, managerial and social challenges that are posed by very old age.

All Korian divisions have worked hard together to produce this Europe-wide report. It is part of an endeavour to ensure ongoing dialogue with all internal and external stakeholders – patients, residents and their families, staff, shareholders and investors, and partners such as local authorities, nonprofit organisations and suppliers – all of whom figure among the Group’s CSR priorities.  

It has been prepared using the framework published by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC).

Download the document

Annual report

Korian #1 Annual Report

Korian is publishing an integrated report for the first time ever, coinciding with the Group’s 15th anniversary.
This document reflects Korian’s strategy and clearly depicts the company’s raison d’être and its socially-focused mission, by setting out the major challenges it faces and explaining how the company’s strategy creates shared value for all stakeholders.

The sustainability of our business and our companies hinges on our ability to come up with new, innovative and people-centric ways of working. We would not be able to do this if it wasn’t for the exemplary dedication shown by the women and men at Korian every day. The report portrays their actions and their accomplishments. First and foremost, I want this report to be for them” explains Sophie Boissard, CEO of the Korian group.

To address ever more complex demographic and health issues, the Korian group has embarked on an in-depth change process over the last two years to adapt its organisations, offerings, innovations, methods and governance to accommodate the economic, managerial and social challenges that are posed by very old age.

All Korian divisions have worked hard together to produce this Europe-wide report. It is part of an endeavour to ensure ongoing dialogue with all internal and external stakeholders – patients, residents and their families, staff, shareholders and investors, and partners such as local authorities, nonprofit organisations and suppliers – all of whom figure among the Group’s CSR priorities.  

It has been prepared using the framework published by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC).

Download the document

Annual report