Social and Ecological Commitment

As a modern and eco-friendly company, it is very important to us to keep our carbon footprint as low as possible. Therefore, our employees are provided with an annual season ticket for Vienna’s public transportation and longer business trips are preferably made by train.

Old business cell phones that are not in use anymore are donated to charitable institutions (of course only after all data has been erased safely and irrevocably).

Some of our employees participate in charity runs and thereby support important, innovative projects step by step, such as the cancer research run, the night run for “Licht für die Welt” or the “Laufen hilft”-run in support of the St. Anna Children’s Hospital, to name but a few.

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Laufen hilft – Austrian Laufopening 2019

On March 2nd and March 3rd the 12th edition of “Laufen hilft” – a sports event for the good cause – took place in Vienna’s Prater. Part of the entry fee will be donated to the neunerhaus Gesundheitszentrum and the St. Anna children’s cancer research institute.

Sanja Antic, Tine Noestler, Stefan Stabl, Karin Wagner and Roswitha Kurz-Bajgora also took part in the running event for CTM and had lots of fun!

Animal Sponsorship at Schottenhof

For the third time in a row, some of our employees have taken over an animal sponsorship: the care and feed costs for the Austrian Pinscher Keeli will be partially shared in 2019.

By doing so, CTM makes a valuable contribution in helping children with severe multiple disabilities, who are supported at the Schottenhof with the use of integrative vaulting and equestrian pedagogy.

For more information on animal sponsorship as well as other ways to support the Schottenhof, please visit their website.

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Ö3 Wundertüte

In the course of a company-wide mobile phone upgrade, CTM disposed of the old smartphones of all employees in an environmentally friendly manner using the Ö3 Wundertüten project and thus supported families in need all over Austria.