One secret to The Coca-Cola Company’s success over the last 130-plus years has been its ability to evolve with changing social trends and new generations of consumers. Today, the pace of change has never been faster, especially in the highly developed markets of Europe. Dan Sayre, president of Coca-Cola’s Western Europe Business Unit, explains how the company is still evolving in tune with consumers and is as relevant and responsive as ever.
Find out about our vision, mission and strategic pillars to encourage diversity and inclusion at The Coca-Cola Company.
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When your company name is recognized around the world—seen everywhere from the sides of rural barns to the awnings of city bodegas—it’s critical to listen to what people want and need from you. And as people’s tastes and lifestyles change from day to day, from generation to generation, we must change alongside, too.
And we are.
At The Coca-Cola Company, we’re evolving to give people around the world more of the drinks they want. And, as the leader
At The Coca-Cola Company, we aim to lead by example and to learn from experience. We set high standards for our people at all levels and strive to consistently meet them. Our sound business principles and practices foster our strong, innovative and collaborative culture, which is committed to ethical behavior, accountability and transparency.
We are guided by our established standards of corporate governance and ethics. We review our systems to ensure
Our Company's long-standing commitment to doing business with integrity means avoiding corruption in any form, including bribery, and complying with the anti-corruption laws of every country in which we operate.
For the Coca-Cola Company and our entire system, the Code of Business Conduct and Anti-Bribery Policy provide guidance on how to conduct business in a fair, ethical and legal manner. Our anti-corruption compliance program encompasses numerous
The Coca-Cola Company is steeped in history and tradition, where heritage is honored and values are respected. We are a global family of people working together to bring your family a wide array of beverage choices to meet your beverage needs every day.
We are honored that for over a century, we have been invited to be a part of your everyday lives; from your simplest routines to your social celebrations. You have trusted our products
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a globally recognized framework for companies to measure and communicate their environmental, economic, social and governance performance. We developed our report in accordance with the Core level of the GRI G4 guidelines. This is the sixth consecutive year that these reporting principles have informed our reporting process, and we assess our progress against
The Coca-Cola Company does not support legislation that discriminates. We believe policies that discriminate are contrary to our Company's core values and also negatively affect the lives of our associates, consumers, customers, suppliers, and partners. As a global Company, we strive for diversity, inclusion and equality in our business and support these rights in society.
The Coca-Cola Company will never condone intolerance or discrimination
Kathy N. Waller
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
The Coca-Cola Company
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Kathy N. Waller is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Coca-Cola Company. Waller is responsible for leading the company’s Global Finance organization and representing the company to investors, lenders and rating agencies. She oversees M&A, Investor Relations, Tax, Treasury, Audit, Accounting and
Our suppliers are business partners who provide our system with materials, including ingredients, packaging and machinery, as well as goods and services. Our Company's Supplier Guiding Principles (SGP) communicate our values and expectations, emphasizing the importance of responsible environmental and workplace policies and practices.
Suppliers' policies and practices must comply, at a minimum, with all applicable laws and regulations,