P&G Northern Europe publishes 2021 Citizenship Report

Today we have published our 2021 Northern Europe Citizenship Report, which reflects on our work to be a force for good and a force for growth throughout this fiscal year. Operating a business with numerous brands and products across Northern Europe comes with a huge sense of pride, but also a huge sense of responsibility. That’s why we bake Citizenship into every part of our business.

This year’s report includes a wide range of examples which bring our Citizenship platform to life, highlighting how we #LeadWithLove in the areas of Community Impact, Equality & Inclusion and Environmental Sustainability, all of which are underpinned by a strong focus on being a good corporate citizen. Within each of these areas, we focus on the ways in which we can have the greatest impact: through our brilliant brands, trusted partners, close-knit communities and, most importantly, with our people. It is they who best embody what Citizenship means at P&G.

P&G Citizenship House

Commenting on publication of our 2021 Northern Europe Citizenship Report, Tom Moody, Senior Vice President and General Manager, P&G Northern Europe, said: “Citizenship is a fundamental part of our business. It plays a key role in absolutely everything we do – from building trust and equity with the people we serve around the world, to driving growth and creating value. In essence, it is the foundation upon which we’re able to be a force for good and a force for growth within the countries and communities in which we operate.

“This year, each country within Northern Europe has had its own challenges to navigate as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has continued to provide the backdrop against which our business activities have taken place. As we look ahead towards recovery, our response to COVID-19 remains consistent with three clear priorities – protecting the safety and wellbeing of our employees, ensuring our operations continue to run so our products reach those who need them, and to support community efforts to help the vulnerable and those on the frontline. We are eternally grateful to the millions of frontline and essential workers that have kept our countries safe, our businesses moving, and communities supported. I firmly believe that better days are ahead.”

To read our 2021 Northern Europe Citizenship Report, please visit: 2021 Northern Europe Citizenship Report