Country / Region: Thailand


Over the years, leading international jewellery brand PANDORA has successfully evolved into more than just a company offering charming handcrafted and contemporary pieces of jewellery. PANDORA counts business ethics as its driving force. Inspired by its stature in the jewellery industry as a reliable global brand, the company established its own Business Integrity Policy. For its own employees, the company regularly holds a Code of Ethics training where relevant topics such as human rights, working conditions, data privacy, information security and anti-bribery are tackled. In 2016, over 600,000 online Code of Ethics training sessions have been conducted company-wide.

What the judges have to say:

PANDORA PRODUCTION CO LTD (PPT) has made its commitment to social responsibility and sustainability an integral part of its core business strategy. The company exclusively sources all raw materials used for production from certified suppliers and reputable refining companies only. Just as the company contributes to the Thai economy, it is also aware of its responsibility to minimise its environmental impact at every stage – from design to construction. At the centrepiece of PPT’s sustainability initiative is the construction and launch of a new LEED-certified crafting facility. The company is also lauded for its “My School” project, wherein PPT constructs a school building every year in rural areas where employees lived and studied during their childhood.