87 countries working together to make a change: A worldwide effort for peace. Keep up the great work!

3 companies left our lists today! Canva, Mondi and Floserve! Congrats! 5.17.22

The infamous Corporate Wall of Shame

Companies listed here are based solely on Yale University research.

CLICK HERE for tips on sending an effective email. DUE TO CONSTANT UPDATES–Be sure to refresh your browser right before you start to make sure everything is current. THIS LIST IS BASED ON EXTENSIVE RESEARCH TO FIND THE TOP INFLUENCE AND DECISION MAKERS (INCLUDING BOARD MEMBERS, PRESIDENTS, CEOs, COOs, CFOs, INVESTOR RELATIONS, MEDIA AND MARKETING) IN EACH COMPANY.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said companies that retain ties to the Russian economy are directly supporting that country’s “war machine” and called on them to exit, citing the business risks of operating there.

May 4th, 2022 https://www.wsj.com/articles/companies-leaving-russia-best-managed-list-11651612995

We can all volunteer by emailing the companies that are still involved in keeping Russia up and running. Just as sanctions by world leaders are working to create pressure on Vladimir Putin, we can urge corporate CEOs to use the same tactics to hopefully end this illegal and immoral aggression sooner.

HOW DO YOU DO IT: What do you say in your email? What do you say when the company tells you they are NOT in Russia? CLICK HERE FOR TIPS, TRICKS, AND IDEAS TO MAKE YOUR EMAILS MORE EFFECTIVE. If you need a free mentor to help write an effective, personal email, contact Paul at this link here. (hint: we try to put the CEO as the first name)

Here are links to other groups categorizing companies in Russia: Click Here, here, or Here

The Yale Research Categories (in terms of the amount of business exposure in Russia):

Grade: A — Clean Break – Surgical Removal, Resection (Companies that are totally halting Russian engagements or completely exiting Russia.)

Grade: B — Keeping Options Open for Return (Companies that are temporarily curtailing most or nearly all operations while keeping their return options open.)

Grade: C — Reducing Current Operations  (Companies that are scaling back some significant business operations but continuing some others.)

Grade: D — Holding Off New Investments/Development (Companies that are postponing future planned investment/development/marketing while continuing substantive business.)

Grade: F — Defying Demands for Exit or Reduction of Activities  (Companies that are continuing business-as-usual in Russia.)

Another way to help, send an automatic email or text to individuals (not companies) in Russia click here or here.

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