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European Top 15
Best Performing Companies 2023

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Benchmark 2023 European top performers

Which European companies performed best, according to our Benchmark Report 2023?

Take a look at the top 15 list below to find out!

Company Score Country Sector
Nestlé9,4SwitzerlandFood, Beverage & Personal Care
Kering9,0FranceConsumer Discretionary
Vodafone8,9United KingdomTechnology & Telecommunications
Jeronimo Martins8,9PortugalFood, Beverage & Personal Care
Reckitt Benckiser (RB)8,6United KingdomFood, Beverage & Personal Care
OMV8,6AustriaEnergy & Utilities
Neste8,5FinlandEnergy & Utilities
Bayer8,3GermanyBasic Materials
BT8,3United KingdomTechnology & Telecommunications
Swisscom8,2SwitzerlandTechnology & Telecommunications
Norsk Hydro8,2NorwayBasic Materials
Telenor8,1NorwayTechnology & Telecommunications
FrieslandCampina8,1NetherlandsFood, Beverage & Personal Care
L’Oreal8,1FranceFood, Beverage & Personal Care

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Benchmark Methodology

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August Engström

Benchmark Manager

August is a Benchmark Manager at Global Child Forum. His role also involves interacting with and engaging the financial community with Global Child Forum's benchmark data. August has a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet) and a Master's Degree in International Business and Management from the University of Uppsala. Prior to joining Global Child Forum, August worked in the financial sector and as a sustainability analyst.

Nina Vollmer

Senior Children’s Rights and Business Specialist

As the organisation’s senior expert, Nina conducts research and supports companies on how to improve their understanding of, and impact on children’s lives. She develops and works with the tools and services that Global Child Forum offers, including the Business Academy, Scorecard Feedback service, guidance and best practices. Nina also supports with content creation for events and communications. With responsibility for the methodology behind the Corporate Sector and Children’s Rights Benchmark, Nina is the appointed spokesperson for benchmark activities, and regularly speaks at key events and conferences. Nina holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Lund University (Sweden), and has worked both nationally and internationally with human rights and development within the NGO sector.