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Alignment with SDGs

Sustainability Strategy

FibraShop SDGs


The UN 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development represents an opportunity for countries and society to embark on a new path to improve life for everyone on the planet. In order to align our ESG strategy with the SDGs, in 2021 we conducted a diagnosis and benchmark analysis to identify our strengths and areas of opportunity fo furthering the SDGs that are priorities for FibraShop.

The priority SDGs were identified based on best practices in our industry, our operations and the type of business our portfolio is involved in.

To understand our performance against the priority SDGs identified, an evaluation was conducted considering the following four areas, in order to have a global perspective of our scope and operations in our portfolio:

  1. Business model: focused on our organization’s strategy for SDG management.
  2. Internal operations: related to the management of our direct impacts from its activities.
  3. Supply chain: focused on the management of our suppliers and their reflection on the impact of the SDGs.
  4. Collective action: creation of partnerships that impact SDG 17 (Partnerships to achieve the goals).

The following is a summary of our performance on each priority goal for these four specific areas. In our summary, our performance is represented as percentage achievement accompanied by a risk level classification. We found that FibraShop shows the best performance on SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth; while SDG 10: Recued inequalities, shows the greatest range of opportunity. En nuestro resumen, nuestro desempeño se representaría como porcentaje de cumplimiento, acompañado de una clasificación de nivel de riesgo. Con nuestra evaluación, en FibraShop contamos con un mejor desempeño en el ODS 8: trabajo decente y crecimiento económico, mientras que el ODS 10: reducción de las desigualdades sería el que presentaría un mayor rango de área de oportunidad.

ODS PrioritariosGeneral resultBusiness model Internal Operations Supply Chain Collective action Risk level