8th edition of Pernod Ricard’s Responsib’ALL Day: 100 projects around the world to “bring good times from a good place”
Another successful edition!
On June 7th, Pernod Ricard’s Responsib’ALL day saw all its 18,500 employees bringing “good times from a good place.” For this 8th edition, to show their commitment and contribution to society, they spent a whole day away from their daily tasks to engage in over 100 local community projects.
Pernod Ricard believes that companies have a responsibility and must be leaders in environmental protection. As such, Pernod Ricard signed a partnership with Impact 2030 to bring together actors from the private sector, civil society and academia to encourage company employees to help to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As water and biodiversity are key to Pernod Ricard’s business, the 8th Responsib’ALL Day focused on SDG 15 “Life on land” and on SDG 6 “Clean water and sanitation.”
Alexandre Ricard, the Group's Chairman and CEO, said
"There can be no conviviality without responsibility, and being créateurs de convivialité means above all considering that sustainable value can only truly exist when it is created for the benefit of all. I am proud of all Pernod Ricard employees who act as passionate hosts and respectful guests during their daily business.”
In addition to the 100 projects, the Group worked with bartenders, Trash Tiki, a unique cocktail duo who elaborate cocktail recipes made from food scraps from bars and restaurants. All affiliates in 85 countries have been invited to partner with local bars to get their unused ingredients and launch an “anti-waste” Responsib’ALL Day cocktail party.
Get a glimpse of what we did for Responsib’All Day 2018 around the world!