Growing Valuable Relationships in our Communities
At Dun & Bradstreet, our approach to be a responsible corporate citizen is guided by our values. Being data inspired, relentlessly curious, and inherently generous is at the heart of our relationships with our colleagues, our customers, and our communities around the globe.
Through our Do Good programme, we support our employees in giving to the causes that mean the most to them by providing paid time off to volunteer and donation matching. Our annual Do Good Week, held each July, embodies our commitment to serve our communities. During this company-wide campaign, we join together to give our time and talents to the areas where we live and work, with 36 office locations on five continents taking part this year.
We continuously seek new ways to build on Do Good’s foundation of generosity by mobilising our people, data, and resources to help underserved and underrepresented communities around the globe. From solutions that encourage ethical business practices in global supply chains, to our legal pro bono programme aiding non-profit organisations, we take a holistic approach to responsibility – one in which our data and people are a driving force for positive change.
Just as Dun & Bradstreet helps companies around the world grow their business through data and analytics, we are exploring exciting new ways to leverage our expertise to advance society at large. We believe that data and technology have the power to solve some of the most pressing issues of our time and have recently partnered with the Virtue Foundation to contribute to their Data Mapping for Sustainable Development initiative. We consider it our duty to use “data for good” – to try to improve societal issues, touch the lives of the underserved and underrepresented, and address global concerns, including the environment.