Vf Corp was once again included in the Ethisphere Institute’s ranking as one of the most ethical companies in the world.
The American group at the head of brands such as The North Face, Supreme, Timberland and Vans has again obtained the important recognition received in the last five years, which this year acquires even more value, as it is the only fashion company to appear in the list.
Ethisphere, which defines and examines standards for corporate ethical practices, selected 135 companies this year, active in 22 countries and representing 47 industries.
Avon, Hanesbrands Inc., Kohl’s, L’Oréal, Starbucks, Accenture, AARP, 3M, Best Buy, Pepsico, LinkedIn and Sony also appear alongside Vf.
We are very proud to have been recognized for the fifth consecutive year as one of the most ethical companies in the world and to be the only ones in the apparel industry
said Steve Rendle, president, president and chief executive of Vf.
This recognition demonstrates the deep commitment of our associates around the world to operate with integrity and transparency. As we continue to transform our business into a more consumer-focused, retail-centric and hyper-digital organization, we will also maintain a relentless focus on running our operations with the highest ethical standards