Through this sustainable supply chain project Gucci will have access to ad hoc financing lines developed by Intesa Sanpaolo, based on the S-Loan formula and inspired by ESG indicators.
The goal is to achieve crucial objectives such as the introduction of green mobility projects and the adaptation of business models to support the development of the circular economy.
By combining their strengths and respective competencies, Gucci and Intesa Sanpaolo aim to launch an innovative model to support the productive excellence of Made in Italy.
Meanwhile, even at Burberry, the British Fashion House, ESG strategies are put into place to drive responsibility and encourage continual improvement.
Burberry is recognised for its efforts around ESG, in fact, it is not only ranked third as for the “textile, apparel, and luxury goods” category in the DJSI, but it also participates in rankings by the Carbon Disclosure Project, the Workforce Disclosure Initiative, FTSE4Good, and Sustainalytics.
As a matter of fact, Burberry’s commitment in ESG-related matters is its purest expression of purpose and values: it is not only about building a financially stronger Burberry but also improving their commitment towards a more sustainable industry.