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About the Author
Carlos Gomez is a Marketing Program Manager at EcoVadis. He is responsible for customer marketing activities to support the sustainability journey of EcoVadis rated companies. Prior to joining EcoVadis, Carlos worked as an engineer on projects in the Consumer Goods sector. He holds an MBA in Responsible Management from Audencia Business School.More Content by Carlos Gomez
On March 14-15, 2022, more than 3,200 participants from 77 countries tuned in to EcoVadis’ Sustain conferen...
Our latest Index benchmark report is in. We’ve condensed five years’ worth of data into some key takeaways on the state of the sustainability performance of companies around the world.
EcoVadis is pleased to announce a secondary transaction following its recent Series C fundraising.
As a major player in the world economy, private equity can make a lasting impact on ESG matters. And while sustainability has been on the PE radar from the outset, now it becomes a game changer.
SMEs, which comprise the bulk of global supply chains, are key to achieving decarbonization at scale. Learn more about how they are performing on carbon and what can be done to accelerate their action
Sustainability builds value for any company – even if they are not listed on a stock exchange or part of a PE portfolio. How can ESG performance boost ROI across the business and value chain?
On July 12, 2022, Private Equity Wire & Ecovadis co-hosted a webinar — Building ESG Performance with your Portfolio Companies. Speakers: Sophie Bertreau, Tulsi Byrne, Otto Kern and Deike Diers.
Independent research firm found EcoVadis to be the best fit for companies that want to track and improve their suppliers’ ESG improvement programs
Rafael Bica de Freitas, Head of Global Procurement at Oxiteno, talks to us about the company’s sustainability journey, the wins and challenges along the way, and ambitions for the next five years.
This blog explores the implications of New Zealand's first Emissions Reduction Plan and the shift by the Australian government toward a larger reduction target and what businesses can do.
This blog explores the key trends that emerged from the Measuring the Sustainability Performance of European Companies 2021 report and shines a spotlight on the performance of Nordic companies.
As EcoVadis’ growth strategy accelerates, we’re pleased to announce two key additions to our leadership team who will help put our recent funding to work guiding even more companies ...
This blog highlights key trends from Measuring the Sustainability Performance of European Companies 2021 – a report that explored progress made by companies in the EcoVadis network from 2015 to 2020.
According to the requirements set out by the French law, Loi PACTE, we have become a purpose-driven company, “Entreprise à Mission” in French.
Decisive action must be taken to prevent biodiversity loss and preserve the benefits provided by global ecosystems. Find out why companies must integrate biodiversity into their sustainability efforts
Organized around the theme #DestinationImpact, the conference was replete with penetrating, original and provocative insights pertaining to all the most pertinent and complex sustainability issues ...
On the fifth anniversary of ISO 20400’s launch, we reflect on the impact of the groundbreaking sustainable procurement standard and how supply chain sustainability has evolved since its release.
In the face of ongoing disruption, supply chains are increasingly vulnerable to a wide range of sustainability risks. See how to find a solution that will help you manage these risks and drive impact.
The SEC’s recent landmark proposal on climate disclosure would require public US companies of all sizes to report on everything from climate risk exposure in their supply chain to emissions.
To mark Women’s History Month, EcoVadis reflects upon the progress of female workforce participation, as well as the performance of rated companies in respect of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
On March 14-15, 2022, more than 3,200 participants from 77 countries tuned in to EcoVadis’ Sustain conference. This blog recounts 5 key takeaways from the event.