Los Grobo in the Media
Last Friday, November 20, during a virtual ceremony via webinar, MERCO announced the results of its now traditional MERCO Companies ranking, in which it evaluates the Corporate Reputation of the 100 best companies in the country.
MERCO (Business Monitor of Corporate Reputation) is a reputational assessment instrument that has become a benchmark monitor throughout the world. It is carried out in 6 stages in which a global evaluation is generated to measure the perception and valuation from 23 sources of information, among which are the evaluations of Executives, Financial Analysts, Economic Information Journalists, members of the Government / Administration, NGOs, Trade Unions, Consumer Associations, Professors of the business area, Social media managers, Consumers, Agents and users of the digital field, and other public of business interest; as well as excellence in the management indicators evaluated by MERCO.
In this, its 11th edition in Argentina, Grupo Los Grobo is considered the most prestigious company in the Agricultural sector, ranking above Cargill, Adecoagro, Don Mario, AGD and Bunge. In the general ranking, Los Grobo was ranked 73rd.
Gustavo Grobocopatel, for his part, was distinguished in the Merco Líderes Ranking as one of the most recognized and prestigious business leaders in the country. This year it was ranked among the 7 most prestigious referents within the Argentine business scene.
The exhaustive and rigorous survey includes evaluations on 3 main axes: Reputation, Leadership and Responsibility, and is endorsed by the Analysis and Research Institute, the first independent group of market studies in Spain and audited by the KPMG consultancy.
In Argentina, the Merco ranking has been carried out annually since 2010. Currently, it is also carried out in 14 other countries and aspires to become the benchmark Euro-American monitor and the first verified reputation monitor in the world.
To relive the award ceremony: Here
To read the note published on Sunday, November 22 in the Clarín Economic Supplement:
Automatic translation from spanish.