Legor changes bylaws and becomes a Benefit Company
To graft into the exercise of an economic activity, in addition to the purpose of profit, purposes of common benefit that can have a responsible, sustainable, and transparent impact on people, the environment, and society. That's what a benefit society does, and that's what Legor now carries out on an official basis. In fact, the multinational group specializing in the transformation of metals into alloys, galvanic solutions, and powders of excellence for the production of jewelry and fashion accessories has integrated into its corporate purpose, in addition to profit goals, the purpose of having a positive impact on society and the biosphere.
Becoming a benefit company, a model introduced in Italy in 2016, is a way to declare that you are concretely committed to pursuing a mission of positive impact. For Legor, it represents the seal of its intent to achieve the right balance between creating value for people and the environment and economic value. Indeed, for Legor, Responsibility-as a global concern for the Planet-is an ethical choice rooted in its DNA. "We have always supported the importance of the values of business ethics, both in terms of the impact Legor has in the social fabric in which it operates and the environmental impact it generates," says Massimo Poliero, CEO of Legor. "With the change of bylaws to a benefit company, we are writing our commitment in black and white, declaring, even at the legal level, that our way of doing business goes beyond mere profit and takes place in respect of the values that have characterized us since our origins.