Corporate Social Responsibilities

— In addition to our core business, Sigma Connectivity and the Sigma Group are engaged in a number of projects aimed at creating positive development in society – both in Sweden and in developing countries.



We are a proud member of the Sigma Group, though the core business of its members spread across many industries we all stand together in a number of projects aimed at creating positive development in society.

Finding the smartest solution is not just about business - we engage ourselves in a range of initiatives and take an interest in a greater social responsibility, both at home and far away. Together we believe can make a difference. Read more about some of our latest initiatives below:

Star for Life is a successful program aimed at preventing the spread of HIV and AIDS among young people in South Africa. Its purpose is to inspire school children and promise them a better tomorrow by living a life without AIDS. Star for Life was founded in 2005 and now involves more than 100 000 young people and their families in South Africa and Namibia.

FC Rosengård is one of the most competitive women’s football teams in all of Europe. Known for their focus on social development and helping young people realize their dreams. They are active in two large social development projects, Boost, aimed at helping young people raise their level of competence and competitiveness on the labour market. Football for Life, strengthening the self-esteem and awareness of young women at hundreds of schools in South Africa.

So far over 1000 participants have achieved their goal of employment or full-time education through Boost by FC Rosengård.

Uppstart Malmö is a foundation that supports entrepreneurs in creating new job opportunities, and can also act like a source of investment capital from a group of experienced entrepreneurs within the Malmö region. Danir, the parent company of Sigma, is one of the main investors and you can find the founder of Sigma, Dan Olofsson, as the chairman of the board of Uppstart Malmö.

Swedish-Zambian Emerging Cooking Solutions have created a system with safe pellets to use in clean burning cookstoves. Developed to decrease death which occurs in relation to smoke inhalation during cooking and meal prep (more common than malaria). The pellets come from biomass waste and are therefore renewable and sustainable, the solution contributes to end of deforestation, is time saving, improves health and is cost efficient.