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Here it is! Allegro’s ESG Report for 2023 is ready and includes the new European sustainability reporting regulations (CSRD)
Allegro presents its ESG Report for 2023, which shows sustainable development activities and describes numerous initiatives that the company implemented duringthe last year. The report proves that the company's goals and development take into account the social and natural environment as much as possible.
In 2023, the adjusted pay gap comparing the salaries of men and women in similar positions amounted to less than 3% in Allegro’s Polish Operations. Across the entire group, greenhouse gas emissions from scope 1 and 2 decreased by 5%, and the share of sustainable packaging in its own operations was 49%.
Allegro also supports the development and education of merchants. In 2023, almost 150,000 merchants offered their products on the, and platforms, and almost 57,000 unique listeners participated in the Allegro Academy. Allegro is also introducing solutions for people with disabilities - as many as 95% of One Box by Allegro parcel machines are already adapted to people with special needs.
The latest Allegro ESG Report, available on our website, is a dress rehearsal before the introduction of the requirements set out in EU’s CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive), which significantly expands reporting obligations for companies.

At Allegro, we strive to conduct our business responsibly and take ESG strategies into account in everything we do. We hope that the latest ESG report transparently presents our activities and aspirations and is proof of our full commitment."

Roy Perticucci, Allegro CEO

The Allegro report is unique for two reasons.
Firstly, it takes into account in detail the requirements of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), including a comprehensive analysis of the so-called double materiality (DMA - an assessment of how Allegro influences the environment and how external changes will affect the company. This analysis was based on a survey of 5,000 Allegro Group employees from 6 countries, over 1,000 merchants on the Allegro platform and 2,000 customers.
Secondly, it presents Allegro’s refreshed ESG strategy #SustainableAllTogether included in the four main areas of the company’s impact on the environment - All4People, All4Planet, All4Prosperity and Good Governance. The set of ESG goals clearly demonstrate Allegro's pursuit of a better and safer future with respect to environmental, social and corporate governance aspects.
The involvement of members of the Allegro Board of Directors in this context is also extremely important - direct supervision over ESG issues is exercised by the Remuneration, Nomination and ESG Committee, as part of regular quarterly meetings.
Allegro also commissioned an audit of key data in reference to the GRI standard, confirming that they are reflected in the company's actual business operations.
This is one of the first such comprehensive reports on the market. If ESG, then Allegro!