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2 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report table of contents Presidency s Message Global Compact Network Brazil: Structuring and growth Social sustainability Environmental Sustainability Governance and Ethical Sustainability Cross-Cutting Sustainability Network Support to Participants Internal Activities Global Compact Network Brazil s participants
3 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Presidency s Message At the same time that the United Nations prepares to launch a new global agenda for Sustainable Development, the Global Compact Network Brazil is structuring itself in order to be the main convening actor for the engagement of the Brazilian corporate sector in such process, liaising with more the 600 organizations that are highly committed with corporate sustainability. Such interaction with the private sector will be focused on the themes for the Post-2015 Development Agenda and implemented through the Post-2015 Business Engagement Architecture framework, with the strengthening of our communications strategy, in order to be truly transformative and establish itself as the largest corporate citizenship initiative in Brazil. The year of 2014 brought innumerous achievements, such as the definition and implementation of a robust strategy, in line with the UN Global Compact Headquarters (UNGCHQ) in New York, the consolidation of the current governance initiative in Brazil in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the structuring of the Secretariat of the Global Compact Network Brazil, the increase in 18% of Network members and the inclusion of new organizations in the Brazilian Steering Committee. Furthermore, the promotion of more than a dozen engagement initiatives, two public consultations one on Sustainable Development Goals and one on the Food and Agriculture Business Principles - and two projects supported by the UNGCHQ to foster partnerships. Such actions contributed significantly to the development of the Local Network regarding its ability to provide high-level networking - including contact with eight Global Compact LEAD companies and eight UN agencies and programs - and the transformation of ideas and synergies into collaborative projects, as an essential path to put Brazil in the forefront of the post 2015 agenda. Gleaming these achievements culminating in the 11th Year Anniversary of the Global Compact in Brazil, I conclude my two year management in a very positive way. Following its four main strategic pillars - Growth in Scale and Quality ; Empowerment of Local Network ; Ensuring Consistency and Greater Impact on Thematic platforms ; and Engaging sustainable business in support of UN goals - the Global Compact will continue to be what I consider one of the most consistent initiatives involving civil organizations, businesses and sustainability - a complex and challenging arrangement, but vital to our future as a civilization. Jorge Soto President Global Compact Network Brazil Director of Sustainable Development at Braskem
4 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Global Compact Network Brazil: Structuring and growth
5 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report The year 2014 represents a turning point for the consolidation of the Executive Secretariat for the Global Compact Network Brazil. The team has grown reaching the total of five professionals -, and has supported the implementation of the Strategic Action Plan, elaborated by the Secretariat and approved by the Brazilian Steering Committee. Located in the United Nations Shared Office in Sao Paulo, the Secretariat has also deepened its relationship and partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the host of the initiative in the country since The Network has grown 18% in participant members, reaching 657 signatories 58% business (414) and 42% non-business (243). Although it represents the same 2013 average growth, there has been an upgrade in the number of companies reporting with Advanced COPs from 2% to 16%. Around ten activities were performed, or directly supported, by the Executive Secretariat of the Global Compact Network Brazil, with an average public of 1,600 people including signatories and potential new companies and organizations. Another 2,000 people have been reached in more than 30 activities such as conferences and workshops - focused on sustainability, with an institutional representation from the Local Network. Eight United Nations agencies and programs have been included in the promotion of these initiatives, which indicates the consolidation of this Local Network capacity in being a facilitator for the dialogue between the UN and the private sector. This partnership has been largely guided by the platform Architects of a better world, launched by the the network in 2013 with support from the Brazilian Business Council on Sustainable Development (CEBDS) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). In 2014 the Global Compact Network Brazil also held two public consultations: the Food and Agriculture Business Principles, with participation from Global Compact Office, and the Dialogue on Means of Implementation of the Post-2015 Development Agenda - Engaging with the Private Sector, led globally by the Global Compact. Both gathered around 150 high-level participants from companies, governments and academy. As a sign of the strengthening relationship with the UN Global Compact Headquarters, the GC Network Brazil also hosted two pilot programs, focused on the mobilization and training for new partnerships between companies, SMEs, non-profit organizations and the UN. Both projects had brought a significant contribution to the Local Network ability in understanding and promoting high level networking between the most engaged companies operating in Brazil, including 8 representatives of the Global Compact LEAD. The main goal of this process will be the development of projects that can effectively contribute with the Post 2015 Development Agenda implementation. Embracing this scenario, a strong communication strategy was developed and launched in the first semester of 2014, enhancing the results outreached by all initiatives and strengthening the Global Compact brand in Brazil. The communication strategy is not only empowering the Global Compact capillarity in a continental country such as Brazil, but also better communicating the value proposition of this initiative to a network of more than 600 organizations in numbers people reached through 40 activities 104 new participants Partnership with 8 UN agencies and programs 8 Global Compact LEAD companies involved in activities people reached through social media 4 events directly supported by the UN Global Compact Office 2 pilot programs launched 7 webinars promoted
6 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Participants profile 657 total 199 company 215 sme 414 business 243 non business Construction & Materials 30 Electricity 33 Financial Services 22 Food Producers 18 Gas, Water & Multi-utilities 15 General Industries 35 Health Care Equipment & Services 50 Media 17 Software & Computer Services 19 5 Others 16 Public Sector Organizartion 96 Local NGO 11 Global NGO 7 Local Labor 4 Foundation 14 City Local Business 45 Association Global Business 3 Association 42 Academic sectors Support Services 49 Others126 number of participants network growth year
7 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Social Sustainability The social dimension of sustainability was addressed through an active Thematic Group, with 15 companies. Those events showed strong concern from the Local Network towards human rights principles and its implementation on business practices.
8 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Debate and launching of the Portuguese version for John Ruggie s book Just Business: multinational corporations and human rights (March 29 th ) sao paulo-sp In an increasingly globalized and borderless world, what is the role of corporations in the guarantee of the human rights in communities where they operate? How can government charge this responsibility? How should society be heard? These issues were on the agenda of the launching of the Portuguese version of Just Business, by John G. Ruggie. During the meeting organized by the Local Network s Thematic Group on Human Rights and Labor, led by Mattos Filho Law Firm and Planeta Sustentável, which were directly responsible for the translation and editing of the book in Portuguese, several panelists pointed out the challenges to implement the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, proposed by John Ruggie during his six-year term as United Nations special representative for Human Rights. The event gathered around 55 representatives, some of them from the government, companies and civil society. The debate had the presence of Carlos Márcio Bicalho Cozendey, Secretary of International Affairs from the Ministry of Finance, Caio Borges, Human Rights Officer from the NGO Conectas Direitos Humanos, and Estaneslau Klein, Sustainability Coordinator from the company Samarco. The company Samarco shared a best practice to address those issues. Mr. Estaneslau Klein presented the program Gestão de Direitos Humanos (Human Rights Management), structured from the tripod: annual risk assessment, due diligence on Human Rights in the company s activities and the constitution of a Committee that meets in a quarterly basis to analyze and proceed with the program s governance. Participants received the Portuguese version of the book Just Business and had the chance to learn more about Ruggie s Principles in the private sector context. Another outcome was the promotion by the Local Network of a webinar on Ruggie s Principles in October 1 st, with 50 participants. What is the role of corporations in human rights assurance in the communities where they operate? How can the government charge this responsibility? How should society be heard?
9 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Debate and launching of the Portuguese version for John Ruggie s book Just Business: multinational corporations and human rights (March 29 th ) sao paulo-sp Civil society perspective, by Caio Borges (Conectas Direitos Humanos) Event organized by the Thematic Group on Human Rights and Labor from the GC Network Brazil Estaneslau Klein (left) addressed Samarco s Human Rights politics and Jorge Soto (above) highlighted the importance of Ruggie Principles
10 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report WEPs Brazil Award (March 31 st ) Curitiba-PR The first edition in Brazil of the award with the recognition by the UN Global Compact and UN Women - creators of the Women s Empowerment Principles took place in Curitiba, promoted by Itaipu Binacional, a member of the Global Compact Network Brazil s Steering Committee. A total of 20 organizations, half participants from UN Global Compact, were awarded by their role in promoting the culture of gender equality in their working environments. The Executive Secretariat of the Global Compact Network Brazil, represented by the advisor Barbara Dunin, integrated the technical evaluation commission. With 186 inscriptions received many from small and medium enterprises - the winners were: CATEGORy PRize Enterprises company medium entreprise gold silver BRONZE Commendation OURO silver Furnas Centrais Elétricas S/A* Companhia Hidro Elétrica do São Francisco Chesf* Petrobras Distribuidora S/A* KPMG Auditores Independentes Dudalina* Renault do Brasil S/A PricewaterhouseCoopers Auditores Independentes* Itaú Unibanco S/A* Kimberly-Clark Brasil Eletrobras Amazonas Energia* Masisa do Brasil Ltda Whirlpool* Home Care Cene Hospitalar Apetit Serviços de Alimentação* Itaipu Binacional received the WEPs Leadership Awards in 2013, which encouraged the company to create the WEPs Brazil as a way to spread the equity culture among Brazilian companies of all types. A new edition of the award was announced to be hold in small entreprise BRONZE Commendation gold BRONZE Cruz Vermelha Brasileira Filial do Estado do Paraná Cahetel-TG Comércio de Alimentos Ltda.* Fundação Copel de Previdência e Assistência Social; Datacoper Software Ltda. Feito Brasil Indústria de Produtos Artesanais Ltda. Ecofábrica Indústria e Comércio de Produtos Ecológicos Ltda. *Global Compact Participant
11 Empoderando vidas. Fortalecendo nações. the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Launching event United Nations Guide on LGBT rights at the workplace (September 30 th ) Sao Paulo-SP T he guide which addresses labor issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights at the workplace through real life stories is the result of a joint construction between UN agencies (UNDP, ILO and UN- AIDS) and 30 representatives of employers, workers, government, trade unions and social movements related to LGBT and HIV / AIDS issues. The Global Compact Network Brazil was invited to participate on the launching event, PROMOÇÃO DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS DE PESSOAS LGBT NO MUNDO DO TRABALHO Construindo a igualdade de oportunidades no mundo do trabalho: combatendo a homo-lesbo-transfobia. where the executive director Renata Seabra expressed the Network s commitment to human rights and the dissemination of the theme. The event brought together activists from human rights groups and companies. As a concrete result of this engagement, the Network s Thematic Group on Human Rights and Labor host the webinar LGBT rights and companies on October 31 st, with the support of Txai Consulting. Around 50 Global Compact participants attended COMPROMISSOS DA EMPRESA COM A PROMOçÃO DOS DIREITOS LGBT 31 A empresa, por meio de sua liderança, deve comprometer-se com os direitos humanos do segmento de lésbicas, gays, bissexuais, travestis e transexuais, o que implica:» Observância dos princípios, leis e normas de respeito aos direitos humanos direta ou indiretamente relacionados ao segmento LGBT; atuação visando a expansão desses direitos na sociedade e, voluntariamente, no âmbito da empresa e seus relacionamentos; afirmação da diversidade humana como valor a ser respeitado e promovido, rejeitando a discriminação e a violência mesmo quando a legislação não gerar exigências específicas sobre a empresa.» Engajamento da empresa e de seus/suas empregados/ as no respeito à diversidade sexual, com posturas e práticas que se concretizem em políticas, processos e procedimentos que promovam igualdade, tratamento justo e liberdade de expressão em ambiente respeitoso, livre de assédios e de práticas de discriminação.» Engajamento da empresa e sua cadeia de valor no respeito à diversidade sexual, incentivando e apoiando ações, no relacionamento com todos os stakeholders ou públicos, que expressem o compromisso com os direitos humanos, a defesa, proteção e ampliação dos direitos do segmento LGBT. 31 os 10 Compromissos da empresa com a Promoção dos direitos LGBt fazem parte do manual O compromisso das empresas com os direitos humanos LGBT do instituto ethos, lançado em 10 de dezembro de 2013 e disponível em Guide features ten commitments to allow businesses to face the prejudice against LGBT population Comprometer-se presidência e executivos com o respeito e a promoção dos direitos LGBT Promover igualdade de oportunidades e tratamento justo às pessoas LGBT 3 Promover ambiente respeitoso, seguro e saudável para as pessoas LGBT Sensibilizar e educar para o respeito aos direitos LGBT 5 Estimular e apoiar a criação de grupos de afinidade LGBT Promover o respeito aos direitos LGBT na comunicação e marketing 7 Promover o respeito aos direitos LGBT no planejamento de produtos, serviços e atendimento aos clientes Promover ações de desenvolvimento profissional de pessoas do segmento LGBT Promover o desenvolvimento econômico e social das pessoas LGBT na cadeia de valor 9 Promover e apoiar ações em prol dos direitos LGBT na comunidade /07/14 20:17 DireitosHumanosLGBT_P3.indd 68 30/07/14 20:20 DireitosHumanosLGBT_P3.indd 69 30/07/14 20:20
12 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Environmental Sustainability In 2014, the environmental dimension of sustainability was emphasized by the Global Compact Network Brazil through the accomplishment of a public consultancy on Food and Agriculture Business Principles, led by UN Global Compact. Furthermore, the local Thematic Group on Energy and Climate addressed discussions on climate change and global warming, engaging business and society in the urgency of the commitment to the issue for the future of the next generations.
13 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Public consultation on Food and Agriculture Business Principles (March 11 th ) SAo Paulo-SP Brazil Network held a public consultation at Fiesp Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo - with the participation of 60 representatives from business, trade unions and non-governmental organizations from agriculture and agribusiness sectors. Between authorities were Alan Bojanic, Brazil s representative at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and Roberto Rodrigues, Advisor for Fiesp and former Ministry of Agriculture. Participants contributed with suggestions regarding the draft of the Food and Agriculture Business Principles (FAB Principles), led by the UN Global Compact. The document contains six guidelines to promote sustainable agricultural production and had contributions from 19 countries. The local Thematic Group on Food and Agriculture, led by Amaggi, has made the commitment to promote the FAB Principles within the next few years. Other companies joining the group are Basf, Bonsucro, Proforest, Netafim, The Nature Conservancy and Monsanto. The FAB Principles were officially launched in Rome, on May 13 th. Roberto Rodrigues (Fiesp adviser and former Minister of Agriculture) Brazil was one of the 19 countries involved in the global process of public consultations on the FAB Principles
14 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Climate Change: Series of Seminars Towards a New Global Agreement (From August 14 th to September 4 th ) Campinas-SP With the coordination of Tasso Azevedo, general coordinator of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimating System of Brazil, the company CPFL Energia held a series of four seminars covering the main issues related to climate change such as global agreement, inter-generational responsibility, mitigation and adaptation of climate change. The event with 112 participants had the support of the local Thematic Group on Energy and Climate, with the leadership of CPFL Energia and Editora Abril, through the initiative Planeta Sustentável. In addition to Tasso Azevedo, other renowned scientists have conducted the debates: Carlos Nobre, Member of UN Secretary General Scientific Advisory Board; Pavan Sukdev, founder and president of GIST Advisory; Suzana Kahn Ribeiro, chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Brazilian Panel on Climate Change. The recording of the seminar led to a web documentary available for the general public. Tasso Azevedo and Carlos Nobre discussed the challenges of the new global climate agreement Pavan Sukhdev and Suzana Ribeiro highlighted opportunities for reducing carbon emissions
15 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report rd Seminar on Climate Change (October 30 th ) Sao Paulo-SP Some of Brazil s leading experts on climate science met at the event held at Editora Abril to discuss the main points of the synthesis report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), released a couple of weeks before. The initiative had the support and was promoted by the local Thematic Group on Energy and Climate. During the one-day course, panelists clarified Brazil s expectations for the Lima Climate Change Conference December 2014, including the scenario towards the new global climate agreement, to be established by 2015, in Paris. The content resulting from those seminars also made possible the editing of two publications by Planeta Sustentável, focused on the dissemination of the climate debate for a wider public. Both count- RUMO AO ACORDO GLOBAL EM PARIS ed with the network s international support: Vozes da Mudança O Brasil na economia de baixo carbono/ Revista do Clima (Voices of change Brazil and the low carbon economy) and Heróis do Clima A aventura e a ciência por trás do aquecimento global (Climate Heroes The adventure and science behind global warming), available #ofuturoagentefazagora planetasustentavel.abril.com.br/blog/blog-do-clima/ for download planetasustentavel.com.br in Portuguese, English and Spanish on the network s website. REVISTA DO VOLUME 3 RUMO AO ACORDO GLOBAL EM PARIS LEIA E COMPARTILHE! VOZES DA MUDANÇA O BRASIL NA ECONOMIA DE BAIXO CARBONO Com reportagens de ROBERTO AMADO e DANTE GRECCO E depoimentos de AUGUSTO RODRIGUES CARLO LINKEVIEIUS PEREIRA CARLOS NOBRE DAVID CANASSA HENRIQUE LIAN JEAN BENEVIDES JORGE SOTO JOSÉ GOLDEMBERG LUIZ GYLVAN MEIRA FILHO MARCO ANTONIO CAMINHA MICHEL SANTOS PAULO ARTAXO RENATO ARMELIN RENATO RODRIGUES RICARDO ABRAMOVAY ROBERTO SMERALDI SONIA FAVARETTO TASSO AZEVEDO RC3_CAPA.indd /11/14 14:16 the Comic book had the support of the Energy and Climate Thematic Group of the GC Network Brazil Event hosted at editora Abril s headquarters in São Paulo
16 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Caring for Climate Business Forum (8 th -9 th December) Lima Peru Caring for Climate brazilian companies* On the verge of the UN Climate Change Conference, the Caring for Climate (C4C) Business Forum brought together nearly 300 CEOs and other senior representatives from the private and public sectors from over 30 countries to showcase contributions that business and investors are making towards climate action. Some members from the Global Compact Network Brazil s Steering Committee such as the companies Braskem, Itaipu Binacional e Grupo Abril attended the Forum. Co-organized by the UN Global Compact, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and placing a special focus on climate challenges and opportunities in Latin America, the second annual Business Forum served as an important milestone on the road to Paris (COP21) and helped set the stage for an ambitious climate agreement in One of the most repeated messages through the meeting was the need to establish a carbon pricing mechanism. It was highlighted that it should be global, predictable and robust. Mr. Jorge Soto, Sustainable Development Director at Braskem and Global Compact Network Brazil s president from , participated on the panel Business Leadership Criteria on Carbon Pricing. By the end of 2014, 14 companies endorsed Caring for Climate and another two companies signed the CEO Water Mandate. Banco do Brasil Beraca Sabara Químicos Braskem Copagaz Distribuidora de Gás - Grupo Zahran CPFL Energia Dudalina Grupo Abril - Abril InterCement Itaipu Binacional - Brazil MDD Comércio e Representações de Papel Ltda. Natura Cosméticos Quinta da Estancia Grande Vale Visão Sustentável - Dorpas Assessoria Empresarial *Em dezembro de 2014 CEO Water Mandate brazilian companies* Banco do Brasil Sanasa Opening plenary with Margaret Groff, Chief Financial Officer, Itaipu Binacional (on the right)
17 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Governance and Ethical Sustainability The governance and ethical dimension of sustainability has demanded a growing interest from local participants, through a diverse Anti-corruption Thematic Group with 13 members. Globally the Local Network also contributed with the Global Compact 10 th Principle Working Group, which celebrated the 10 th Anniversary of the 10 th Principle against corruption, in campaigns such as Call to Action.
18 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Workshop Compliance Systems: Mitigation and Risk Prevention (March 15 th, Curitiba-PR and November 4 th, Sao Paulo-SP) The entry into force of the Business Anti-Corruption Law in Brazil in January 2014 (Federal Law N /2013) challenges and encourages business for the implementation of compliance systems. According to it, companies involved in fraud will respond to civil and administrative proceedings and may pay a penalty of 0.1% to 20% of gross annual revenues. This was the subject of two workshops promoted by the local Anti-corruption Thematic Group for several companies including Global Compact participants and non-participants. The first one, held on the Federation of Industries of Paraná (Fiep), was promoted jointly by Instituto Ethos, Sesi Paraná and International Centre for Local Actors Training for Latin America (Cifal). The event brought together experts and business representatives that had already consolidated programs for transparency and were engaged against corruption practices. Centrais Elétricas de Santa Catarina (Celesc), a Global Compact participant since 2006, shared its experience with the recent creation of an Executive Committee of Risk Management. According to Mr. Clairton Bethlehem da Silva, all matters dealt within this committee are reported directly to the Board of Directors and to the CEO. The company designed a risk map with 34 dangerous situations, combined with a long-term plan for risk management including internal control process and auditing. The second Compliance Workshop took place during a panel at the Sustainability Booth during the HSM ExpoManagement, with curatorship from the Global Compact Brazil Network. The event had the opening from Georg Kell, UN Global Compact executive director. He highlighted that corruption is a cancer that requires long treatment, behavior and culture change and a lot of effort to get rid of it. But with good laws and good transparency and integrity practices in business, governments and society, corruption is no longer something seductive. The workshop gathered around 50 people interested in how to mitigate risks in their daily operations.... with good laws and good transparency and integrity practices in business, governments and society, corruption is no longer something seductive Georg Kell at the opening of the workshop at HSM Expomanagement
19 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Online launching in Portuguese Fighting Corruption in Sport Sponsorship and Sport Related Hospitality: A Practical Guide for Companies (June 11 th ) The online launching in Portuguese of Fighting Corruption in Sport Sponsorship and Sport Related Hospitality: A Practical Guide for Companies by Global Compact Network Brazil coincided with the opening of the FIFA World Cup. The 52 pages document points out the most frequent risks and proposes a methodology to improve transparency and ethics in contracts and provision of sponsorship accounts in sport. The guide also addresses another common type of support, known as hospitality actions or exchange of favors and gifts from sponsors and sports bodies. The issue has gained prominence in Brazil due to the intense schedule of major events related to various sports, such as the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. The translation for the Portuguese version available for download on the Network s website - was an initiative of the local Anticorruption Thematic Group. The next step will be to facilitate access of this information to small and medium-sized enterprises.
20 the GLOBAL compact network brazil activity report Call to Action: Anti-Corruption and the Post-2015 Development Agenda Workshop: Compliance at a further glance (December 2 nd ) Sao Paulo-SP As a first result of the partnership with the Global Compact Network Germany, the workshop held at Brazil-Germany Chamber of Commerce offered an update on current legislation evolution and compliance demands. Furthermore, it brought together a select group of compliance managers from different regions and provided a peerto-peer learning platform. Companies shared their experiences and discussed solutions to current implementation challenges. Recommendations for future activities in the area of compliance were also mentioned by participants. GC Network Brazil was represented in the panel Business Development by Juliana Breno, from PwC, on behalf of the Thematic Group on Anticorruption. The Call to Action is an appeal by the private sector to Governments to promote anti-corruption measures and to implement policies that will establish systems of good governance. The initiative promoted by the United Nations Global Compact and strategic partners urges Governments to underscore anti-corruption and good governance as fundamental pillars of a sustainable and inclusive global economy. Concerned about the urgency of the theme, the Executive Secretariat of GC Network Brazil mobilized its participants to sign Call to Action. As a result, Brazil topped the list of 250 signatories by December 10 th 2014, with 34 companies and organizations. Those names were announced by occasion of the 10 th anniversary of the 10 th Principle Against Corruption event in New York, that involved an active contribution from the Ethos Institute and the Grupo Libra, both members of the Global Compact Network Brazil s Steering Committee. Grupo Libra joined those celebrations with the presentation of good practices and shared their experience with the subject through the webinar Issue leadership: Anti-Corruption, on December 12 th. call to action: brazilian organizations signatories Add Value Banco Industrial e Comercial S/A Beraca Sabara Químicos Camargo & Campos Recursos Humanos Copel Copagaz Distribuidora de Gás S/A DISOFT Eletromil Engenharia e Energia Engpiso Grupo Abril Grupo Boticário Grupo Libra HI Technologies ISAE/ FGV Itaipu Binacional Itaú Unibanco Laboratorio Sabin de Analises Clinicas Light S/A New Space Processamento e Sistemas Ltda Newland Empreendimentos Imobiliários Nogueira, Elias, Laskowski & Matias Advogados Oi S/A OS-Santa Catarina Okena Servicos Ambientais LTDA Petrobras Reserva Ricca Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein TECPRON Unimed Cuiaba Cooperativa de Trabalho Médico Unimed de Avare Cooperativa de Trabalho Médico Valpasa Paper Industry ViiV Innovation Whirlpool *By December 2014