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Leading companies once again lead the CEPES ranking

23 01 2018

For the eleventh consecutive year CEPES publishes the Report "RELEVANT COMPANIES OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY 2016-2017" in which information of 867 Social Economy companies is detailed, facilitated by the 26 member members of CEPES. This report, available on the CEPES website (http://www.cepes.es/social/ranking), shows data related to billing, employment, sector of activity and territorial scope. In addition, companies are classified according to their legal formula in accordance with Law 5/2011 on Social Economy: cooperatives, labor companies, mutual societies, insertion companies, special employment centers, fishermen's associations, business groups and other Social Economy companies. .

• The report reveals that in the business fabric of the Social Economy there are companies of all sizes (from micro-companies to large business groups) that act in all economic sectors, some of which lead the market at the international, state or local level.

• The president of CEPES emphasizes that "Social Economy companies are a model of success in which business efficiency is combined with the values ​​of solidarity, responsibility and social cohesion".

• The report of the most relevant companies in the Social Economy offers information on 848 companies and is available on the website https://www.cepes.es/templates/img/RANKING_DE_EMPRESAS_MAS_RELEVANTES_DE_LA_ES_2016-2017.pdf

 

(Madrid, January 23, 2018) .- The Spanish Social Economy shows its strength through the report 'Relevant Companies of Social Economy' , prepared by CEPES, which details information of 848 Social Economy companies , facilitated by the 26 member members of CEPES.

This report, available on the CEPES website ( http://www.cepes.es/social/ranking ), shows data related to billing, employment, sector of activity and territorial scope. In addition, companies are divided according to their legal formula in accordance with Law 5/2011 on Social Economy: cooperatives, labor companies, mutual societies, insertion companies, special employment centers, fishermen's associations, business groups and other Social Economy companies. .

"This report, published for the eleventh consecutive year, demonstrates the socio-economic weight of Social Economy companies and shows how they act in all economic sectors, while at the same time confirming the existence of companies of all sizes, from micro-enterprises and SMEs to large business groups, "said the president of CEPES, Juan Antonio Pedreño .

"Social Economy companies make up a business model, the backbone of a successful economic model where people take precedence over capital, where profits are redistributed among people or the social purpose, or reinvested to continue growing and creating employment; and in which business efficiency is combined with the values ​​of solidarity, responsibility and social cohesion. A business model that works to combat inequalities, "added Pedreño.

Likewise, the report shows that well-known and prestigious brands in the market belong to the Social Economy, some of which lead their sectors of activity at international, state, autonomous or territorial levels.

The report confirms the presence of significant brands of Social Economy Companies in different sectors, such as Financial, Industrial, Automotive, Engineering, Distribution and Consumption, Agri-Food , Health, Education, Construction, Industrial, Automotive, Tourism, Transportation, Services, Trade, Consulting, Textile or care for people , among others.

The report includes information from eight large business groups of the Social Economy that employ more than 169,433 people . They are: Grupo Cooperativo Cajamar (financial and insurance activities), Atlantis Grupo (financial and insurance activities), Espriu Foundation (health and social services activities), Clade Group (other services), Unide (distribution), Mondragón Corporation (multisectorial) ), Grupo Ilunion (multisectorial) and Grupo Gredos San Diego (education).

This report is not intended to be an exhaustive listoy closed but show some of the companies that make up the business fabric of the Social Economy and that have been selected by CEPES partners. There are more companies than those described but the ones shown are a clear example of the plurality and diversity of the productive fabric of the Spanish Social Economy that has also become an important agent in the achievement of 14 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations .

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