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Marjana Davidović, Country Manager for Nestlé adriatic Hub South (Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia)

A Good Collective Values Diversity

Do you view support for the community in which you operate as a responsibility? And this includes both the Nestlé products that you donate and your investments in regenerative agriculture.

— At the core of the Nestlé business philosophy is the conviction that our brands have the power and responsibility to improve the quality of life of current and future generations. It is important for us to contribute to the community in which we operate in a variety of ways, and for me the most important thing is that which remains forever: the relaying of knowledge.

Our engagement in the regenerative agriculture project is also reflected in the educating of our suppliers and producers, which include ladies to whom we also provide, in addition to financial assistance, something that’s much more important, and that’s knowhow that they will be able to convey to others and apply themselves. They will thus improve their operations, while at the same time contributing to a healthier working environment. We empower one another by learning and thereby create not only a more sustainable industry, but also a more sustainable overall life of the community.

Managing surplus food represents our commitment to long-term sustainability, which is why we try every year to donate food to those most in need. Since the beginning of 2023, we have donated approximately 27 tons of our products, which is only a modest contribution considering the huge need for food. This initiative isn’t only a business strategy, but also a reflection of my personal values of solidarity and care for the community.

On the basis of everything that we know about Nestlé as a company, we could say that it must be pleasant and easy to be a woman in such a collective. Are our impressions mistaken?

— Nestlé often distinguishes itself as a company with its engagement in areas like inclusivity, diversity and corporate social responsibility, which really makes me proud. My many years at Nestlé – starting from middle management positions and advancing to my current top management position – ensure that I am really competent of confirming that it is easy to work in a collective that respects diversity and values effort and knowledge, regardless of whether you are a man or a woman.

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