Greece’s 21 most sustainable companies for 2017

The 21 most sustainable companies in Greece for 2017 were presented during an even organized on Tuesday in the premises of the old Athens Stock Exchange by Sustainable Performance Directory.

The 21 companies, part of the leading group of the business community in the country, can operate as examples of good business practice and can play a significant role in drafting a new growth model directly related with competitiveness and attracting of investments.

The most sustainable companies in Greece 2017 are: Titan Cement, AGET Heracles, Vianex, Hygeia Clinic, National Bank of Greece, ElvalHalcor, Hellenic Petroleum, Hellenic Gold, European Reliance, Mytilineos, OTE, Paegae Group, Eurobank Ergasias, ENEL Green Power Hellas, Imerys Hellas, Interamerican, Lidl Hellas & Co, MSD Merck Sharp & Dohme, Polyeco, Quest Holdings, and Wind Hellas.

Sustainable Greece 2020 is a national initiative aimed to promote information and education on sustainable growth and responsible entrepreneurship by QualityNet Foundation in cooperation with 9 founding agencies in Greece and in cooperation with 35 business agencies and the support of international and European organisations.