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DSM named on Fortune Magazine’s ‘Change the World’ list for third consecutive year

Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, again made Fortune Magazine’s 2018 Change the World list, an annual recognition of companies that have a positive social impact through their core business strategy. DSM was featured for the third consecutive year.

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DSM was named on Fortune Magazine’s ‘Change the World’ list for third consecutive year. “Being included on Fortune’s ‘Change the World’ list […] is confirmation that DSM is on the right track. We recently unveiled our new strategy, announcing that we are a company that is purpose led – we want to contribute to improving the world – and performance driven: we are committed to delivering a continued strong performance. These listings by Fortune […is] a strong recognition from the outside world that our company does meaningful things while at the same time creating long-term value,” said Feike Sijbesma, CEO and Chairman of the DSM Managing Board.
The strategy update, entitled “Growth & Value – Purpose led, Performance driven”, will leverage DSM’s strong platform for growth, which is focused on developing innovative solutions that capture opportunities offered by global megatrends and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the UN, particularly innovations and opportunities that address Nutrition & Health, Climate & Energy and Resources & Circularity.
Fortune Magazine highlighted several such innovations including Veramaris, DSM’s joint venture with Evonik, for its breakthrough omega-3 fatty acids made from natural marine algae rather than fish oil from wild caught fish. Developed for animal nutrition applications, Veramaris helps support life below water by reducing impact on ocean resources.

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