Fashion Transparency Index

The 2020 Fashion Transparency Index ranked United Colors of Benetton among the fashion brands most committed to disclosing credible information about its impact and operations. Published by Fashion Revolution, since 2013 the Fashion Transparency Index has been analysing the level of transparency of 200 major clothing brands and retailers, evaluating five categories: compliance with environmental and social commitments, governance of environmental and social policies, supply chain traceability, control and remediation actions at suppliers, and the ability to deal with specific issues such as waste management, freedom of association and or the use of sustainable materials.
United Colors of Benetton achieved an overall score of 55 the highest among all Italian fashion companies and among the best ten globally. This is a big leap forward from just four years ago, when the brand’s score was 17%.
Among the categories analysed by the index, traceability is the one in which United Colors of Benetton obtained the best result, with a score of 73% (against an average of 16%). It is the fourth best result among all the brands analysed globally.

Leader in Diversity 2021

In 2020, the Benetton Group was recognised as “one of the leaders in Diversity 2021” by the Financial Times and Statista based on the following evaluation parameters: age, gender, ethnicity and disability. The survey, conducted among students, young employees and recruiters, ranked the Group 7th among apparel and accessories companies worldwide (industry and retail).

RO Plastic Prize

In 2020, the Benetton Group was recognised as “one of the leaders in Diversity 2021” by the Financial Times and Statista based on the following evaluation parameters: age, gender, ethnicity and disability. The survey, conducted among students, young employees and recruiters, ranked the Group 7th among apparel and accessories companies worldwide (industry and retail).

Integrated UNIPV Report Award

Benetton Group’s 2019 Integrated Report was the winner of the Sustainability Report Award organised by the Department of Economic and Business Sciences of the University in Pavia for the category “Voluntary Sustainability Reports”. The jury awarded the prize with the following motivation: “Benetton’s report stood out for a high strategic orientation combined with a reporting focus on relevant issues.”