Ferragamo is the first company to receive a Silver SI Rating for environmental and social sustainability. This recognition is created by the Italian start-up ARBalzan. The rating is the result of an algorithm that includes all the ESG criteria (environmental, social and governance) recognized internationally. To these, are added the 17 United Nations Sdgs contained in the 2030 Agenda.
Thanks to this precious calculation, the Florentine company is recognized for its commitment and excellence in many of the criteria set out in the 2030 Agenda for sustainability. The positive results undoubtedly include gender equality in the workplace, economic growth, responsible consumption and production, and technological innovation.
Indeed, the company achieved 100% in energy management, 100% in working conditions for employees, 97% in product life cycle management and other very high percentages in various production sectors.
Media attention on Ferragamo certainly does not end here. The film Salvatore, shoemaker of dreams directed by Luca Guadagnino with the screenplay by Dana Thomas, will soon be released in the theaters of the 77th Venice International Film Festival.
Cover image credits: Salvatore Ferragamo