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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

An Amazing Work Experience in the world of marketing

Young students who wish to gain some practical experience in marketing and event organisation have until Sunday 16 February to apply to the Get Ready for Some Real Experience competition. Zavarovalnica Triglav will select one person with student status from among the applicants and enable them to take part in the organisation and coordination of activities as part of the company’s gold sponsorship of Slovenia’s biggest sporting festival: the ski-flying events at Planica. More

Children of Triglav at Pokljuka for the eighth time

A crowd of 1,917 schoolchildren from all over Slovenia today lent their enthusiastic support to the world’s best biathletes, who were on the hunt for World Cup points in the men’s individual competition for the last time this year. In cooperation with the Pokljuka organising committee, Zavarovalnica Triglav have provided young fans with an unforgettable experience for the eighth time. Jakov Fak, who came 12th in today’s competition, said that the children’s encouragement was even more important given the upcoming biathlon World Championships in March. More

Women’s health further improved in Goriška with the help of new equipment

Between 100 and 130 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in Slovenia every year. Goriška’s figures are particularly positive in this regard, with one of the lowest rates for this dangerous disease in the country – thanks to the success of the Zora national programme. The programme has been supported by Zavarovalnica Triglav as part of “For A Better Tomorrow”, its traditional New Year prevention campaign. With the company’s help, Dr Franc Derganc General Hospital in Nova Gorica will be able to purchase a monitor and recording unit for the regional colposcopy centre for the prevention and treatment of pre-cancerous changes in the cervix. More