Sustainable Practices in Large Companies
Keywords:Large Industrial Groups, Global Markets, Agri-foodtech, erg, mutti
The attitude of large industrial groups towards the issue of sustainability has evolved considerably over time. In a first phase sustainability was seen as a necessary evil. In a second phase, large companies understood that the issue was of vital importance to stay in business. Only recently has the issue become one of competitiveness on the market. Finally, in global markets, the financial world seeks and rewards sustainable companies, as demonstrated today by the multiples.
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