January 25, 2021
The Global 100 is announced annually by the Canada-based Corporate Knights at the meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), known as Davos Meeting. This year, the meeting will take place as a virtual “Davos Agenda” during the “Davos Week,” from 25-29 January.
Konica Minolta’s inclusion on this list marks the fourth time and the third year in a row, following 2011, 2019 and 2020.
The 2021 Global 100 corporations that excel in sustainability were selected from among 8,080 major companies around the globe based on an evaluation of environmental, social and governance indicators as well as the ability to promote diversity and innovation and the percentage of sales of eco-friendly products. Five Japanese companies are on this global list of corporations that excel in sustainability.
Konica Minolta believes that pursuing a sustainable society also leads to enhanced sustainability for companies. Based on the belief, the company keeps enhancing its commitment to innovation that fosters new value creation. The aim is to realise both people-centred engagement with worksite professionals and the creation of a sustainable society, simultaneously building on the growth of the businesses.
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