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Label européen sur le partage de la valeur

Selected at the 2018 Paris Peace Forum to receive one year of support in 2019

Project led by : 

Synopia

Geographical Area
France
Theme
Inclusive Economy

Synopia proposes the establishment of a European indicator to give the possibility to the citizen-consumer to make their purchase decisions based on the suppliers and the brands that participate to a project for a more inclusive and fair society.

Project

83% of French people believe that the wealth produced within a company is distributed unequally among stakeholders. The project Label européen sur le partage de la valeur proposes to create a European indicator measuring the sharing of the value produced by a company, based on a series of objective quantitative and qualitative criteria.

The indicator aims to rethink governance practices and encourage the dissemination of good practices that are comprehensive in nature. It also intends to provide clear information to citizens and consumers. It would constitute, in addition to a competitive advantage for companies that have adopted it, a real steering tool for managers and boards of directors.

This Label would also make it possible to trace the company's trajectory when it comes to value sharing, since it aims to measure this factor using available and objective criteria on an annual and voluntary basis. The purpose is not to see the Label becoming a private object, but rather to use it as a tool serving the common good.

In the coming year, Synopia aims to identify a sample of enterprises in Europe interested by this Label, work with them to test it, and present them as pioneers of collective value sharing. The Scale-up Committee of Paris Peace Forum provides tailored support to strengthen the visibility of the project, as well as advice regarding the partnership strategies.

Organization

Synopia is an independent think tank that aims to contribute to improve the efficiency and ethics of governance models, practices and strategies, with a view to improving social cohesion.

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