Webranking by Comprend – FT Europe 500 – Full report

Webranking is the only survey of digital corporate communications that is based on the demands of actual stakeholders. That’s why it has the authority to test how well companies respond to the pressure of external demands to see which companies are ahead in terms of transparency and dialogue in digital channels.

 

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Digital transparency test for non-listed companies continues into fourth year – inclusions & deadlines

In line with increasing demands for accountability and transparency, Webranking by Comprend will continue to include and assess major non-listed companies in Italy and Switzerland. The ranking is conducted by Lundquist.

 

Noting the pivotal role that Italy’s and Switzerland’s non-listed companies play in their respective economies, this is the fourth year that Webranking takes an in-depth look at a section of companies that have an important impact on society, culture and economy.

 

Webranking by Comprend is Europe’s most in-depth annual analysis of online financial and corporate communication, covering the largest companies by market capitalization and largest non-listed companies in Europe and globally. Find out if your company is included below.

Into the sustainability labyrinth: Lundquist event provides guidance on a distinctive response to mandatory reporting

It’s a critical moment for corporate sustainability in Italy and companies turned out in force at an event we held in Milan last week to hear how to turn this year’s legal obligation on non-financial transparency into an opportunity.

 

We hosted over 60 participants from 38 registered companies at TIMSpace for a morning of presentations and conversations about the merits of a distinctive approach to sustainability for the benefit of the entire business, covering topics of sustainability strategies, non-financial reporting, stakeholder engagement and communications. Entitled “Nel Labirinto della Sostenibilità” (In the Sustainability Labyrinth), the event warned about the dangers of having a narrow, compliance-oriented response to the requirements of the Italian decree mandating reporting on some social and environmental matters (read our blog post on how the decree is changing the Italian sustainability scenario – in Italian.)

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