2: Unilever

Another year, another strong performance for the FMCG firm.

by MT Staff

The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant is the only company to have been in every BMAC Top 20. It also takes the criteria awards for the Ability to Attract, Retain and Develop Top Talent and Community & Environmental Responsibility - cornerstones of boss Paul Polman's Sustainable Living Plan - and its Q3 sales growth of 3.2% was better than expected. But the firm reports in euros and Brexit currency troubles loom - in October it lost the 'Marmite Wars' PR battle with Tesco after trying to push through price rises.

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