CorporateRegister.com, the global corporate responsibility reporting website, has reached a major milestone – we now profile over 30,000 corporate responsibility and sustainability reports from almost 7,500 companies around the world. This has extended our lead as the most extensive database of non-financial reports in the world.
We have already profiled more reports from 2010 than 2009 – and we are still adding more.
Managing Director, Paul Scott says 'Only a few years ago the topic of corporate responsibility reporting was familiar only to a few specialists. Recent years have seen an upsurge in reporting, which is still continuing, and the picture has changed dramatically. The milestone of 30,000 reports profiled on CorporateRegister.com is proof that this field has come of age.'
With so many reports published each year, CorporateRegister.com’s annual CR Reporting Awards (CRRA), offers our 35,000 registered users the opportunity to recognise the best in global reporting. Voting is currently open in the fourth awards, recognising reports published between October 2009 and October 2010. Registered users of CorporateRegister.com have until the 28th of January to cast their votes, which they can do at http://www.corporateregister.com/crra. Free sign-up is available at http://www.corporateregister.com.
For more information please contact Paul Scott, CorporateRegister Ltd, tel. +44 (0)20 7014 33 66, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can visit our website at http://www.corporateregister.com, or follow us on twitter (corpreg).
Founded in 1998, CorporateRegister.com is the global CR resources website and hosts the world’s most comprehensive directory of corporate non-financial reporting, profiling 30,000 reports across 155 countries. Around 4,500 CR (Corporate Responsibility) reports are published annually and added to the current 30,000 reports profiled free and online on www.CorporateRegister.com. Used by 35,000 reporting stakeholders worldwide, the website also provides registers for some of the most significant organisations in the corporate responsibility field, including AccountAbility and the UN Global Compact. Access to CorporateRegister.com is free of charge.