Electrolux’s new sustainability strategy is aimed at closing the gap between its strong performance and consumer perception

Swedish white goods manufacturer Electrolux has been ranked top of its industry for sustainability by RobecoSAM. So why is it not getting more credit from the public for its efforts?

It’s a problem that Electrolux shares with a handful of other big-name companies, including Unilever, Fujitsu, pharmaceutical company Roche, and...

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April Streeter  sustainability  stakeholder  transparency  circular economy  renewable energy  Electrolux  Sweden 

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