I’ll be addressing, why I would ethically invest in the two companies I’ve chosen Gap Inc. and L’Oreal Paris. L’Oreal Paris was created more than 100 years ago by a young chemistry student known by the name as Eugene Schueller, he had a dream to make hair dye to change the colour of a woman’s hair. The company began when a group of students and he formulated hair dyes that essentially worked. That then was manufactured and sold to hairdresser salons all over Paris. Today, L’Oreal is now in 130 countries and has exactly 77 400 employees. They offer a wide range of hair products and cosmetics. The group’s mission is to give customers the best quality cosmetics to women and men around the world and work with many assets not just in one way. They also work continuously with major companies and are recognised for their, Global council on Business conduct, their determination as a company and also institute of business ethics. L’Oreal Paris has a foundation called the L’Oreal foundation which is a foundation that focuses social causes such as; beauty and science. Their mission is to embody the ethics of excellence and inspiration to show young women and men how to present themselves correctly and how beauty can make you feel more confident, which will make them have a higher self-esteem. I would ethically invest in L’Oreal Paris because of, they believe that their customers give them meaning and value to business, they have such determination and always give the best to their customers no matter what sexuality, or culture they are. My second ethical company is Gap Inc.. A clothing company originated in San Francisco 1969, discovered by Doris and Don Fisher. Gap started when Don couldn’t find a pair of jeans that fitted him, so he decided to open a store that had only jeans that could fit every shape and size there is. Today, Gap Inc. is a leading international retailer with six brands, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Piperlime and Athelta. With...
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