Rolex, Lego and Google Top Reputation Institute’s 2018 Global RepTrak® 100 – World’s Largest Corporate Reputation Study

Reputation  Institute  (RI),  the  world’s  leading  provider  of reputation   measurement   and  management   services,   today  announced   the  company’s annual Global RepTrak® 100 rankings. The world’s largest corporate reputation  study of its kind,  the  Global  RepTrak  100  (RT100)  is based  on  more  than  230,000  individual  ratings collected   in  the  first  quarter  of  2018.  It  includes   comparative   rankings,   demographic trends, and unique insights into the dynamics behind reputational  impact. The global study shows  what drives  trust and identifies  supportive  behaviors  such as intent  to purchase  a company’s products, willingness to invest in, or…

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Reputation Institute Uncovers 10 New Reputation Macro-Trends Worldwide

The Reputation Institute tracks and analyzes stakeholder perceptions in 25 industries and for more than 7,000 companies worldwide. In 2017, the firm partnered with a variety of Fortune 1000 companies by measuring their reputation and uncovering valuable insight into how and when to take meaningful action that results in enhanced reputation and greater returns. “We looked at the data from 2017 and discovered emerging trends that are critically important for CEOs and business leaders to be mindful of as they plan ahead for this year and beyond,” explains Reputation Institute’s…

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Lego Group Leads Global Ranking Of Best CSR Reputation

While Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Is Increasingly a Top Driver of Stakeholder Support, Earning a Good Reputation Through CSR Has Become More Difficult With Only 11 Companies Having a Strong Score in 2017 Compared With 18 Companies in 2016 The Reputation Institute has released the main findings of its 2017 Global CSR RepTrak® 100 report, including the list of the companies considered as the most responsible worldwide. The report is based on over 170,000 ratings from interviews with the public in the 15 largest economies (United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Germany,…

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