METRO study highlights entrepreneurial gap for independent businesses
One of METRO’s core missions is to stay close to its independent business customers and to support them with their work, specific needs and challenges. On the occasion of the 2nd Own Business Day, METRO has commissioned an international study focusing on key aspects of entrepreneurship.
Enjoy the Own Business Day
METRO’s global campaign for small and medium-sized businesses
Business owners –whether it’s a restaurant, the small food store around the corner or our favorite barista at the weekly market- make our lives easier and more enjoyable. To support the work of our customers –mainly small and independent business- and recognise their dedication and the role they play in our communities, our sales line METRO Cash & Carry celebrates yearly in the 35 countries where it operates the “Own Business Day”, targeting 21 million METRO professional customers. This year’s edition will take place on Tuesday, 10 October.
METRO convinces again in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index
For the third time in a row, METRO has become the industry leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index - worldwide (DJSI World) as well as in the category of Europe (DJSI Europe). This means that METRO is the world's best food trading company in the aspect of sustainability. The index members of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index family are determined by the rating agency RobecoSAM.
METRO Regional Projects - Promoting sustainable agriculture and sustaining cultural heritage
“From the field to the plate” – This is the slogan for current and future projects of METRO and their partners in the METRO Cash & Carry countries. For specific information about the countries own projects click below.
Position to the "Non Paper": Better functioning of the Food Supply Chain
presented by Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and Slovenia
Following METROs approach for a transparent and responsible lobbying of our interests and clearly stating our arguments and positions in a public debate, we wish to explain our arguments to some of the proposals mentioned by the ministers of Agriculture of seven EU- member states Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and Slovenia. We invite you to a dialogue and look forward to your comments.
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News from Brussels / Week 7 – 13 January 2017
Last week the European Commissioners travelled to Malta to discuss the direction in which the EU will be heading in the next six months. Also, the Commission introduced legislative measures to update data privacy and to boost the single market of services, while the candidates for the European Parliament Presidency presented themselves in a TV debate.