Acknowledgements Acknowledgements I thank Luisa Teish for her opening of the conference with her interactive performance. There were endless details to take care of and snags and miscommunications of all kinds, which had to be dealt with and resolved.
This is therefore a moment of great pride, which allows us to remember how we became a leading multinational for the Spanish Brand. And through the effort, teamwork, and talent of every one of the 3, people who are part of Cosentino at the end ofwe have been able to create a way of working which establishes and promotes excellence in everything we do.
At Cosentino, we have made a commitment, which over time has been translated into national and international success and recognition.
The proof of this is found in the prize awarded to one of our star products: Our efforts towards making ourselves synonymous with excellence are being consolidated in a business philosophy based on sustainability and innovation, which aims towards company growth through the promotion of a circular economy.
And the Cosentino team works day after day to create new products which fulfil market needs without putting future generations at risk.
Other prizes, such as the National Prize for Innovation in the Internationalisation class, which is awarded by the Spanish Government, have recognised our vocation as pioneers and innovators, values which are reflected daily and transversally in the work of every employee of Cosentino Group.
This vocation has translated to an exponential annual growth in our financial profits. There are other reasons to celebrate too: We have also laid groundwork in places as disparate as New Zealand, Scotland and Denmark, and so, the Cosentino Family is growing once again, becoming our greatest symbol of cultural and racial diversity, with over 60 distinct nationalities already represented.
We will continue working for constant improvement, for day to day learning, for growth and the growth of those around us, for transparency, for innovation, and so that our employees reflect our reason for setting out on this adventure 38 years ago.
We are a Spanish, family-owned company with international reach, and a leader in the global market for innovative surfaces for architecture and design. Cosentino Group's mission is to be a leading company that responsibly imagines and anticipates high value and innovative surfaces for the architectural and design world.
Mission Vision Lead the global surfacing market by branding innovative architectural solutions that provide design, value and inspiration to our customers' lives. We are committed to continuous improvement and innovation. We strive to attain excellence and be perceived as outstanding, and for this reason, we aim to contribute value.
We are steadfast and tenacious in achieving our objectives and continuing to grow. We admire and acknowledge the work of the best. We know how to listen and seek to promote dialogue with our partners, colleagues, customers, suppliers, markets and other stakeholders.
We adapt to the particularities of each market in order to grow and we have the ability to react and anticipate new needs that may arise. Flexible to change We face new challenges and adapt to new situations, different cultures and civilizations, in a constant search to constantly improve our processes.
Enterprising Innovating and pioneering: We have a dream based on a family that has been extended to a district, a region, a country and a global world. Guided by equality All our actions are based on principles of equality among our staff, offering equal opportunities to men and women.
Humble All our actions must be guided by the virtue of a sentiment of humbleness and without vanity or conceit. International Committed To quality, safety, the environment, society, enthusiasm, professionalism and to personal effort in dealing with customers and partners.
We want to be present in all parts of the world. Accessible To customers, partners, suppliers and citizens. How we do it? At Cosentino Group we have a global mentality, a pioneering character based on research, and an unbreakable commitment to sustainability, equality, and workplace safety.
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