Top Commitment

We will promote sustainability management under
“Space for your Smile”,
Striving to Enhance Corporate Value
and Sustainable Social Development

Chairman, Sustainability Committee
Director in charge of Business Administration, Internal Control, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Management Officer, Risk Management Supervisor, Group Compliance Supervisor and Chief Information Security Officer, SKY Per JSAT Holdings, Inc.
Director, Executive Vice President, General Manager of Corporate Administration Division, Internal Control, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Management Officer, Chief Risk Management Officer, Group Compliance Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, SBI
Koichi Matsutani

Group Mission established as Sustainability Policy

In 2020, the SKY Perfect JSAT launched a sustainability management initiative aimed at achieving both sustainable growth and contributing to society.

Space for your Smile

Toward a world where
uncertainty turns to peace of mind,
difficulty turns to ease,
and interest turns to passion

As outlined in this Group Mission established in 2018, we have been able to deliver "peace of mind," "ease," and "passion" to each individual's life through satellite communications services and broadcasting services. Our group has been responsible for providing broadcasting platform and communications infrastructure through artificial satellites in our business domain, "Space" and "Media".

Realizing our mission to enrich people's lives through such businesses in the process of identifying material issues (materiality) is the foundation of our business. At the same time, we reaffirm that the spirit of SDGs is already embedded in this mission. In October 2021, we established “Space for your Smile”, Group Mission as a sustainability policy.

Changes in the Environment Surrounding us and Our Contribution to the Creation of a Sustainable Society through Our Businesses

In addition to the impact of the new corona viruses that cover the entire world, the business environment surrounding us has changed dramatically over the past few years, and the role we must play has also changed.

In the Space business, demand for mobile communications in aircraft and vessels is expanding, despite some braking during the Corona disaster.

In addition to the use of image analysis data from low-orbit satellites and the development of technology to remove the increasing amount of space debris, we are also beginning to cultivate new businesses such as the development of business environments for renewable energy, which will play a role in Japan's electric power infrastructure, toward a decarbonization society, by predicting the amount of sunshine toward solar power generation and providing communications for wind power generation.

In the Media Business, in addition to satellite broadcasting, the Group continued to grow by providing retransmission services and video distribution services for terrestrial programs via optical lines, content distribution services for companies, and advancement of broadcasting.
We pursue platform services that provide a wide variety of values through high-quality content, regardless of device or location.

In addition, since the establishment of the Company in April 2007, we have endeavored to ensure and improve management transparency and soundness because of our highly public nature of operations in the form of telecommunications and broadcasting. However, with the transition to the Prime market, which requires more sophisticated governance, society's demands and expectations have grown ever greater. To meet these needs, we have established a system to realize appropriate business operations. In addition to focusing particularly on strengthening cyber security, personal information protection, and information security systems, we have established and operate a risk management system to prepare for all types of risks, including climate change.

Set targets and KPIs for each important issue (materiality)

Under the 9 material issues (materiality) themes identified in April 2021, there are 22 material issues (materiality). For each of our critical issues (materiality), we have set medium-to long-term targets and KPIs (key performance indicators) based on the ideal situation in 2030, and we are currently promoting action plans for each organization. The sustainability committee and management are closely watching it.

Going forward, we will adopt a value creation story and incorporate it into our management plan to deepen our sustainability management. We will also disclose the results for each target through this site and other channels and strive to ensure that our stakeholders understand them.

Promoting Sustainability Management through SDGs Penetration Activities by Volunteer Employees

While promoting sustainability management from the management side, we are also advancing SDGs penetration activities through "TSUKURU Working Groups" by voluntary employees. Although this working group is under the control of the committee, it independently holds cross-divisional discussions aimed at contributing to SDGs, invites outside experts to give lectures, provides a forum for thinking about SDGs, and makes recommendations to various internal systems.

On the twin pillars of these grassroots activities and management, we aim for the sustainable development of the company and society.