Giorgio Chiellini, professional football player and former captain of the Italian National Team and Bjørn Gulden, CEO of PUMA, talk leadership and how to keep a positive mindset in challenging times.
Karsten Warholm won the 400m hurdles in just 45.94s, breaking his own world record of 46.70s. In a much-acclaimed race – labeled the "Best Race in Track & Field History" – the 25-year-old Norwegian was said to have not broken his own world record but destroyed it.
Pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis claimed his first Olympic title when he cleared 6.02m to win Gold and also attempted 6.19m, one centimeter higher than his previous best of 6.18m, the current world record.
The 27-year-old American Molly Seidel had run only two marathons before competing in the Tokyo Olympics. Wearing her Deviate Elite shoes, she finished in a time of 2:27:46 and won the bronze medal.
German sprinter Felix Streng won the 100m T64 event at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Felix came in first with a time of 10.72 seconds. For Felix, it was his second Paralympic Gold.
Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment surprised the world in an incredibly tight 110m hurdles final when he beat the undisputed favorite.
With a jump of 17.98m, Portuguese PUMA athlete and Olympic debutant Pedro Pichardo won Gold in the triple jump, setting a national record for Portugal and winning the first Gold Medal of any kind for his country since 2008.
After winning every single race in the past 10 years, Omara Durand claimed three Olympic titles in Tokyo. She won the 100m, 200m and 400m in the T12 class and demonstrated once again that she is the queen of para sprint.
The Italian national team won the final of Euro 2020 in a thrilling match against England, which was decided during a penalty shootout. It was Italy's second European title since 1968 and the second major title in PUMA gear since the team captured the World Cup in 2006.
The 26-year-old Canadian sprinter André de Grasse raced to Gold over 200m in 19.62s and claimed Bronze in the 100m in 9.89 seconds.
“With a double-digit sales growth across all regions and product divisions, PUMA achieved the highest sales and EBIT in its history in 2021.”
“In 2021, we made important progress with our Forever Better sustainability strategy to increase our more sustainable product offering, switch major materials to more sustainable alternatives and to power all PUMA entities with renewable energy.”
“Wholesale plays a crucial role in our distribution strategy.”
"We constantly strive to be an attractive place to work for people of all genders. The male-to-female ratio of our employees was 49/51 in 2021, less than 1% defined themselves as diverse. Of all our employees who work in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) roles, 46% are women."