Daimler’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Efforts Introduction Daimler, an automobile company headquartered in Germany is the owner of Mercedes-Benz, one of the most recognizable car brands in the world. The firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility is discussed in this report.
It has its head quarters in Germany and its parent company is Daimler-Benz (Mercedes Benz Website, 2010). Mercedes created the first car which ran on petrol in 1886 and the first model which was launched into the market was launched in 1901, which makes it the oldest vehicle manufacturer currently.
Executive Summary The following advertising brief outlines the intent Mercedes-Benz has to market and promote its E-Class Cabriolet. Mercedes-Benz is a well-known luxury car manufacturer that is part of the Daimler-Benz Company; it has built its reputation globally on a foundation of quality and exclusivity.
Introduction Mercedes-Benz is a high-end automobile manufacturing company owned and controlled by the German corporation Daimler AG. Mercedes-Benz’s product line consists of a relatively narrow range of products, their focus being on automobiles; namely luxury sedans, coupes, SUVs, and convertibles (Mercedes-Benz, 2017).
The company archive contains documents and artifacts about the company's founders, history and products. Over 130 years of history. Read more. Corporate history.. Mercedes-Benz Classic also took part in the Hamburg-Berlin-Klassik Rally in 2019 with its classic cars and.
Conclusions My research made it clear that Mercedes-Benz is not only one of the most profitable car brands in the world, but they also rank high in many categories amongst other top car manufacturers. Mercedes-Benz is a well-trusted car manufacturer and the rankings I have research prove that Mercedes-Benz deserves to stay amongst the highest ranked car brands for quite some time.
At Mercedes-Benz Retail Group, we're driven by one simple goal: to be the very best at all things Mercedes-Benz. That's been the ethos since our foundation at the turn of the century. A decade on, Mercedes-Benz Retail Group consists of 11 new car dealerships, 4 Approved Used and 7 smart centres across the North and South of London, continuing to deliver the highest levels of customer service.
Armament production accounted for an ever-growing proportion of the company’s revenues up to the start of the war. In the summer of 1941, the Daimler-Benz AG Board of Management, chaired by Wilhelm Kissel, no longer envisaged a swift end to the war or an imminent return to producing civilian vehicles. The most important line of business was truck production, whilst passenger-car manufacture.