December 15, 2016

Webranking results are being released

The results of this year’s Webranking by Comprend have started to be released. As usual we have ranked more than 800 companies including Europe's 500 largest companies and the 100 largest companies globally.

The ranking is based on requirements from the capital market and jobseekers – i.e. the target groups of corporate websites.

The results of companies' performance are being released country by country and so far the results of four countries have been released. More countries will follow during the winter.

United Kingdom

The 2016 results of Webranking by Comprend shows that the UK's top corporate websites continue to fall behind their European counterparts in satisfying their key stakeholders' content needs.

Aviva is the top performing UK company for the second year running scoring particularly well in Careers and Reporting. However, to put them in a European context, they finish only 40th. Land Securities ranked second with a strong Investor relations section while Unilever came third with the highest scoring CSR section.

Read more about the UK results

Sweden

The results show that the 100 largest companies in Sweden have improved their communication with the capital market and jobseekers compared to last year. Swedish companies are strong in providing financial reports and governance information but fail to meet the demands in CSR and careers.

Cloetta is this year's best performing company in Sweden, followed by this year's improver SEB and SCA.

Read more about the Swedish results

Portugal

The average online communications performance of major Portuguese listed companies dropped significantly after new companies were added to last year's roster. The top performing company this year was Galp Energia who were more than 10 points ahead of Jerónimo Martins who placed second and EDP Renováveis who placed third.

Read more about the Portuguese results

Italy

The findings of the results in Webranking by Comprend 2016-2017 Italy edition in collaboration with Lundquist reveal that the mid-cap Italian companies are the ones to watch when it comes to credible communicating via their corporate website and digital channels.

Snam made a significant leap this year to take first place in the Italian ranking. Gruppo Hera follows in second place with ENI in third place.

Read more about the Italian results

Switzerland

The findings of Webranking by Comprend 2016-2017 Switzerland edition in collaboration with Lundquist reveal that the smaller Swiss listed companies are the ones to watch when it comes to credible communicating via their corporate website and digital channels.

Sika makes a significant leap this year to take first place in the Swiss ranking, followed by last year’s winner Swisscom in second place and Sonova in third place.

Read more about the Swiss results

More findings from Webranking

As we've previously announced, the Capital Market Report shows results and findings from the annual survey that is sent out to the capital market. The Career Report and the Web Management Report will be published soon.

Read the Capital Market Report

 

If you want to know more about Webranking by Comprend, get in touch with us! Helena Wennergren, Director at +46 70 971 12 10 or helena.wennergren@comprend.com.

Webranking

Webranking is Europe's leading survey of corporate websites and the only global ranking that is based on stakeholder demands. By identifying what the corporate audiences expect, we can help companies identify how to improve their corporate website content to better meet stakeholder needs.

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Stockholm

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Staffan Lindgren
CEO
+46 70 971 12 12

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  • Sveavägen 20, PO Box 3666
    103 59 Stockholm
    Sweden 

London

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+44 (0)20 7336 8429

James Handslip
Director
+44 (0)208 089 1583

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  • Second Floor, 59 Lafone Street,

    Courage Yard
    London SE1 2LX
    United Kingdom

Further reading

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The Swedish capital market questions digital annual reports – is digital really wrong or are we just doing it the wrong way?

December 12, 2016

Leadership, robotics and how it affects humans – hot topics at SIME 2016

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