World Confederation of Businesses (WORLDCOB) is in existence for past eight years to globally promote business growth and provide opportunities through education, networking, and motivation.
World Confederation of Businesses (WORLDCOB) is a leading international organization that encourages worldwide business development. The company’s headquarters are in Houston, Texas in the United States. WORLDCOB has more than three thousand Associate Members in over sixty five countries. To accomplish its main objective of encouraging business growth around the world, WORLDCOB has developed six major brands of services:
It is considered the world’s most important business award and it is presented by WORLDCOB to the most outstanding businesses in various countries. This recognition celebrates success measured by six criteria WORLDCOB considers to represent Business Excellence.
WORLD CONFEDERATION OF BUSINESSES is a member of the United Nations Global Compact, according to which it undertakes to:
- 1. Ensure that its behaviour as an organization is consistent with the 10 principles of the United Nations, as well as to promote and disseminate such principles.
- 2. Act in the best interest of its associated members.
- 3. Respect the confidentiality of the information of its associated members.
- 4. Work against corruption and promote ethical business practices.
The employees, understood as all persons working in and for the organization, shall act consistently with the commitments assumed by the organization.
They shall, at all times, act correctly and with common sense, consulting their direct superior in case of doubt.
They shall always act in accordance with the laws, honestly and loyally.
They shall prioritize the interest of the organization and its associated members before their own.
The members of the Confederation shall be required to behave consistently with this code, collaborating for such purpose with all available resources.
If any representative of any stakeholder of the Confederation believes that there is a situation which is incompatible with the principles of the UN Global Compact or the code of conduct, he/she shall report it to a member of the certifying team, so that the situation may be investigated and corrected if necessary.