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Responsibility at Busch


As a family business, Busch is not accountable to public shareholders. But that doesn’t mean we answer only to ourselves. We strive to make a better world for everyone we work alongside – our customers, end users, employees, suppliers, co-operating partners, and local communities. We see it as our responsibility.

We never lose sight of what is most important to us: people. We are committed to our communities, our customers, and our employees. We strive to make a better world for them. We see this as our responsibility.

Our code of conduct

Our corporate mission is based on our integrity. Our Code of Conduct conveys our values. We do not do business at any price. We are firmly convinced that sustainable long-term economic success is inseparably linked to compliance with laws, ethical standards and moral values. Responsible action is therefore the basic prerequisite for our success and an integral part of our corporate culture.

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Busch was like a fairy godmother


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A school in an underprivileged area of Johannesburg, children from less privileged families, classes that were far too large, and hardly any equipment: All these were bad conditions for a successful start in life for the students of Denver Primary School in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Busch is very successful in South Africa and wants to give back to the community. “We just felt that rather than giving money to a charity and not knowing what the outcome is, we want to get involved so that we have a tangible effect in the business of the children and of the teachers that we are involved with,” explains Sean Pieterse, General Manager of Busch South Africa.

That is why Busch South Africa has been committed to the Denver Primary School for four years now. A lot has happened since then.

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