Borderless is proud to announce that it has recently received a Bronze award from Ecovadis. An initial assessment of the firm’s performance in environmental, labor and human rights matters, placed the firm in the top 50% of companies assessed by Ecovadis.
Founded in 2007 to promote the sustainability of supply chains around the world, based in France, EcoVadis is the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings. About 80,000 companies in 160 countries across 200 industries are assessed in four areas: Environment, Labor and Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Resource Procurement.
As environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria accelerate in importance, EcoVadis assessment is recognized by many companies in the sectors served by Borderless, as one of the most important factors in their selection of partners and in attracting investors.
Encouraged by the results of this assessment, Borderless will continue to mirror the activities of its clients by promoting its CSR and DEI activities. The firm works alongside clients and business partners on environmental and social issues for a sustainable society.
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