The company is a certified B-Corp and has a broad understanding of sustainability beyond health and environmental aspects. The leadership puts sustainability at the centre of every decision with the maxime “purpose & profit”. Externally, the company actively works with suppliers and transport companies to improve their sustainability profiles. Internally, the company has built up an internal capacity & culture based on transparency and around the principle of ‘interdependence’, an understanding that everything is related in a complex world. The company supports 5 (mainly local) sustainability projects, and each employee receives eight hours per year to work for some social good.
Kraft Group AB
Sustainable Procurement and Management of Business Operations to Generate Profit & Purpose
Total duration 4 years
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