Executive Board Member & Head of Corporate Branding and Communications
Nadja Swarovski is as proud of the company’s commitment to sustainability (“We are voluntary members of the UN Global Compact,” she declares) as she is of her ability to reshape the perceptions of crystal as a material to consumers, designers, and the company that her great-great-grandfather founded, in 1895. “My father was in charge of manufacturing for 44 years. He was an engineer and so precise, and everything had to be perfect. I come from the art world, where we appreciate imperfection. We cannot be slaves to our self-imposed rules that might make sense in a different zeitgeist. Our world is changing, and our values are being questioned—it’s a great opportunity to make a statement.”
Nadja Swarovski, Member of the Swarovski Executive Board, commented: "We are delighted having opened our partnership with the 'Women of Impact' discussion. Swarovski has been closely involved in the world of cinema since the earliest days of Hollywood. This exciting event provides a fantastic platform to showcase our passion for culture and the performing arts, alongside our wider commitment to supporting women's empowerment issues across society."