About our sustainable development report
Our stakeholders include a wide range of groups and individuals who may be affected by our activities, products and services, and whose actions can be reasonably expected to affect our ability to successfully implement our strategic objectives. Our stakeholder groups have varying levels of involvement in the business, and diverse and sometimes conflicting interests and concerns that need to be balanced over time.
Business relationships: customers, OEMs, suppliers and business partners.
Our people: employees and organised labour.
Financial capital relationships: owners, investment community and debt providers.
Regulatory relationships: government departments, regulators and industry associations.
Societal relationships: civil society, communities and media.
Our material priorities are those factors most likely to influence the conclusions of our stakeholders when assessing our ability to create value over time. They are the factors within the control of Motus' leadership and which we have identified for close and careful management over the short, medium and longer term, to deepen the Group's resilience, relevance and responsibility in pursuit of sustainable value for our stakeholders. They reflect our plans to manage the risks and opportunities associated with the Group's strategy and meet the expectations of our stakeholders. Our material priorities inform the content included in our sustainable development report. The diagram below sets out the areas where this report provides an in-depth review of Motus' material priorities.