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Proactive and integrated communications
Proactive and integrated communications

The guiding principle of the Triglav Group is comprehensive and active communication with all of its stakeholders. The focus is on fair and balanced two-way communication in order to ensure responsible dialogue with the environment.


The Triglav Group endeavours to answer questions from the media in a professional, precise and timely fashion. To this end, data are acquired from specialised departments of the Triglav Group. The time required to collect this information depends on the complexity of the question and the availability of the experts. Therefore journalists are kindly requested to take into account that their questions will be answered after 24 hours from the receipt of the question at the earliest (or the following working day in the case of bank holidays or non-working days) and within seven working days at the latest.

Latest news

Children of Triglav on New Playground Equipment in Kranj

In the context of its traditional corporate social responsibility campaign Children of Triglav, Zavarovalnica Triglav supported the renovation and purchase of new playground equipment, which will make the pupils of the Primskovo Branch of Simon Jenko Elementary School very happy at the beginning of the new school year. Through this project, the largest Slovene insurance company, which is also a family-friendly enterprise, has ensured that children play in a safe and carefree environment for the fifth successive year. More

Young Hopes 2016 – Generation No. 4

12 talented individuals, the winners of the fund raising campaign Young Hopes 2016 attended the award ceremony held in Ljubljana Kinodvor. The Vse bo v redu (Everything will be all right) Institute of Zavarovalnica Triglav for socially responsible activities shall distribute, among the top 12 talented individuals, 50,000 euros contributed to the Fund by the indicated Institute and POP TV. With this support, young athletes, artists, and scientists will be able to achieve set goals and follow their vision with more ease. More

Mountain Guide app – help for hillwalkers

More than 10,000 kilometres – this is the total length of the mountain trails that around 150 trailblazers, volunteer guides and other specialists from the Alpine Association of Slovenia have mapped using GPS devices. After more than a decade of collecting data, the information has now been brought together in a redesigned mobile app called Gorski Vodnik (Mountain Guide). This app has been developed within the context of the nationwide environmental campaign Let's Clean Up Our Mountains, now in its seventh successive season under the aegis of Zavarovalnica Triglav. More