Bring our values to life

Every company has its own story, culture, and system of values, which characterise its identity. The values of Ariston Group are rooted in the cultural and industrial heritage of its founder, Aristide Merloni.


“Think ahead. Energy efficiency and comfort are possible and necessary. It’s worth it”.

Ariston Group believes in sustainable growth and acts accordingly. We are committed to guaranteeing the maximum comfort at the minimum energy cost. We contribute to the conservation of our planet by granting access to the most efficient technologies and the best services all over the world.

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“Create opportunities and commit to making them happen. Explore, learn, improve”.

Ariston Group pursues the goal of being the leader in its field. We aim to constantly improve ourselves through innovation and the continuous generation of new ideas. We encourage our people to nurture a passion for learning and exploring new approaches to find multiple solutions. We look for individuals that can ensure fast and accurate execution as well as adapt to constantly shifting conditions and international contexts.

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“Listen, stay tuned and care. Deliver solutions that exceed expectations”.

Ariston Group makes customer satisfaction a top priority, as it seeks to create value by offering products of the topmost quality and guaranteeing an excellent service. We look after our customers, accommodating their needs and providing the best available solutions.

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“Strength lies in diversity. Give people a chance. Pave the way to make them successful”.

Ariston Group believes in teamwork and diversity, fosters the encounter of different cultures, and welcomes new perspectives. We encourage resourcefulness, participation, and accountability. We believe in merit and create growth opportunities, developing the full potential of the Group’s best resources.

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“Operating with respect and honesty is not a choice. It’s a duty”.

Ariston Group encourages its people to act according to the highest standards of ethics and honesty. Everyone’s behaviour must be based on respect and fairness towards colleagues, customers, suppliers, and business partners.

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In 2017 we defined the materiality matrix, according to the 3 following steps:

  • Identification of the relevant topics or topics likely to be relevant, following the context analysis carried out according to international standards (GRI, ISO 20400:2017 “Sustainable procurement – Guidance”), international organisations (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, RobecoSAM) and law compliance.
  • Definition of relevance of the identified topics following the analysis of internal documents, corporate policies and interviews to diverse corporate functions, as well as the assessment of opinions and expectations of the main stakeholders.
  • Identification of the material topics. Once identified—in a meeting that involved the whole top management—topics have been positioned in a matrix according to their relevance and to the assessment of their economic, environmental and social impacts for the Group and all the stakeholders.