At GECA, we take the concept of continuous improvement very seriously, not just for our licensees but for ourselves as well! So, we are incredibly proud about being recognised as one of the Best for the World™ B Corps of 2021!
GECA has proudly been a Certified B Corp since November 2015. The Best for the World are B Corps whose scores in one or more of the five impact areas assessed towards the certiﬁcation reach the top 5% of all B Corps worldwide. At GECA, we have been recognised for our efforts in the area of Governance. This means that we have achieved a top score in overall mission, ethics, accountability and transparency.
As all B Corps are already businesses that meet the highest standards of veriﬁed social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance proﬁt and purpose, this is a recognition that makes us incredibly proud! And we’re just getting started! We will continue collaborating with the global B Corp community to improve and positively impact all our stakeholders.
The Best for the World recognition is administered by B Lab, the global nonprofit network that certifies and mobilises Certified B Corporations. Today there are more than 4,000 Certified B Corporations across 77 countries and 153 industries, unified by one common goal: transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet.
“Best for the World is a special program for the B Corp community, and we’re thrilled to resume it after pausing the program in 2020 due to COVID-19,” said Juan Pablo Larenas, Executive Director of B Lab Global.
“This year’s Best for the World companies are operating at the very top of their class, excelling in creating positive impact for their stakeholders, including their workers, communities, customers and the environment. We’re proud of the community of stakeholder-driven businesses we’ve cultivated over the last 15 years; together, we’re marching toward our collective vision of an inclusive, equitable and regenerative economic system for all people and the planet.”