ABOUT THE AWARDS

Today's organizations are aware of the challenge offered by today's world (volatile - uncertain - complex - ambiguous) in which, to achieve their economic, social and environmental results, they need to be creative and innovative.

Managing diversity is the strategic key to achieving this objective, which will also provide them with a greatest achievement, being part of the transformation to a more just and inclusive society.

Many organizations are already traveling this wonderful path that transforms realities; At FLOR Foundation we value and celebrate the work that each one of them does.

OUR AWARDS HAVE

THE MISSION OF:

Spread and recognize those organizations for which managing diversity is part of their strategy.

Promote many others to start this path, which will be illuminated and guided by the winners of the FLOR Awards.

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JURY 2022

Iván de Pineda

TV Host - Model

Laura Gaidulewicz

Binden Group Director

Francisco Ortega

Senior Partnet at McKinsey & Company

Virginia Genovesi

FLOR Foundation Member

Ana Inés Álvarez

Executive Director AVON Foundation

Kurt Frieder

Huesped Foundation President

Gala Díaz Langou

CIPPEC Executive Director
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AWARDS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: Globant Argentina
  • Finalists: Banco Galicia y Buenos Aires SAU, IBM Argentina
  • Special mention: BASF, IBM Argentina

SMEs CATEGORY

  • Winner: Grupo Mitre
  • Finalists: Ojam, Bullrich & Flanzbaum, Win&Winnow Language Services

CATEGORY NGOs

  • Winner: Asociación civil Impacto Digital
  • Finalists: Asociación de Ayuda al Ciego, Fundación CasaClub

PUBLIC SECTOR CATEGORY

  • Winner: Subsecretaría para Personas Mayores del GCBA
  • Finalists: Consejo Profesional de Ciencias Económicas de CABA, Subsecretaría de Desarrollo Sostenible Pyme del Municipio de San Martín

LATAM CATEGORY

  • Special mention: Grupo Entregas, We Américas

Within its 10 years mark, Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables (FLOR) announced the winners of the seventh edition of the FLOR Awards for Diversity. The NGO led by Andrea Grobocopatel awarded Globant the highest distinction in the Large Companies category, Asociación Civil Impacto Digital in the NGOs category, Demoliciones Mitre in the SME category and Subsecretaría para Personas Mayores del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires in the Public Sector category. Also, Grupo Entregas y WeAmericas received two special mentions in the LATAM category for having good diversity management practices.

Other companies recognized were BASF and IBM with a special mention for specific practices in terms of diversity.

Today's organizations are aware of the challenge offered by today's world (volatile - uncertain - complex - ambiguous) in which, to achieve their economic, social and environmental results, they need to be creative and innovative.

Managing diversity is the strategic key to achieving this objective, which will also provide them with a greatest achievement, being part of the transformation to a more just and inclusive society.

Many organizations are already traveling this wonderful path that transforms realities; At FLOR Foundation we value and celebrate the work that each one of them does.

“We greatly appreciate the participation of so many companies and organizations for applying. We are very pleased to deliver the FLOR Awards. Seeing something come true that 10 years ago was just a dream, I assure you is wonderful. We feel that joint work and networking within organizations is increasingly needed to achieve social inclusion in all sectors of our society. From the Foundation we celebrate that more and more are joining in generating spaces for integration”, said Andrea Grobocopatel. She also invited that experiencing the awards be the beginning of the transformation process, and a source of inspiration and good practices so that they can be replicated.

Gaston Remy, member of the Foundation's Board of Directors, emphasized the articulation of a responsible and committed culture with people and organizations where education and diversity are essential for any cultural change.

The ceremony was held in the Sala Argentina of the Centro Cultural Kirchner (CCK) both in person and online and was conducted by the presenter and collaborator of FLOR Agustina Torchio Grobocopatel and the announcer Martín Wullich.

The organizations that applied were evaluated by an honor jury integrated by: Ana Inés Álvarez (Executive Director of the AVON Foundation), Francisco Ortega (Senior Partner on McKinsey), Gala Díaz Langou (CIPPEC Executive Director), Iván de Pineda (TV Host), Kurt Frieder (Huesped Foundation President), Laura Gaidulewicz (Binden Group Director) y Virginia Genovesi (member of the Board of Directors of FLOR Foundation).

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: Johnson&Johnson Argentina
  • Finalists: IBM Argentina, Arca Continental
  • Special mention: Syngenta Agro

SMEs CATEGORY

  • Winner: Grupo Advance
  • Finalists: Broker Andino, Win&Winnow Language Services
  • Special mention: Socompa

CATEGORY NGOs

  • Winner: Fundación Visibilia
  • Finalists: Asociación Civil de Mujeres en Tecnología, Fundación Discar
  • Special mention: Asociación Civil Cascos Verdes

PUBLIC SECTOR CATEGORY

  • Special mention Centro Verde Ecofem

LATAM CATEGORY

  • Special mention Banco BHD León, Fundación Paraguaya

On September 21, 2021, Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables (FLOR) celebrated its ninth anniversary with the announcement of the winning organizations of the sixth edition of the Diversity Awards. The NGO led by Andrea Grobocopatel recognizes through this initiative those organizations that work in an integral, equitable and diverse manner, with good practices and values in pursuit of a fairer and more inclusive society.

"Being responsible has to do with diversity (...). For FLOR, responsibility in leadership and in organizations is COMMITMENT: with the environment, with good governance practices and with people inside and outside the organizations (...)" said Andrea during the ceremony. It is in this last point where diversity comes into play "being responsible has to do with the fact that the more different people we are together, the more we will be enriched".

The ceremony was conducted live virtually and hosted by FLOR collaborator and broadcaster Agustina Torchio Grobocopatel and writer Valeria Schapira.

The organizations were evaluated by an Honorary Jury composed of Ana Inés Alvarez -Executive Director of AVON Foundation-, Carlos Magariños -Pro-Secretary of FLOR Foundation-, Gala Diaz Langou -Executive Director of CIPPEC-, Kurt Frieder -President of Fundación Huésped-, Laura Gaidulewicz - Director of Binden Group-, Sergio Kaufman - President of Accenture-, and Teté Coustarot -journalist-, who defined the shortlists and winners in each of the categories, as well as the special mentions for the LATAM category in which mentions are given as the highest recognition. In addition, recognition was given to some organizations that, although not included in the shortlists, stood out for a specific practice. The selection process was entirely audited by the international consulting firm BDO.

In the LATAM category, the highest recognition -special mention- was awarded to Banco BHD León, for its gender policies and actions for the empowerment of Dominican women, and to Fundación Paraguaya, for its work in inclusion and its gender equity practices, as well as its policies to prevent harassment in the workplace.

In the PUBLIC SECTOR category, a special mention was awarded to Centro Verde Ecofem, leaving the positions on the shortlist and the winning position vacant. This organization was recognized for its purpose of labor inclusion, being a space operated entirely by women, some of them trans, who come from vulnerable sectors.

The three exemplary NGOs in diversity management were: Asociación Civil de Mujeres en Tecnología, Fundación Discar and Fundación Visibilia. The latter received the FLOR Award for its work of inclusion of people with disabilities, based on its publishing work of accessible reading and generating a link with the labor market. In addition, a special mention was given to the Cascos Verdes Civil Association, for integrating people with intellectual disabilities by providing them with a space to educate and accompany organizations on environmental issues.

In the SME category, the three organizations that presented the best inclusive practices were the following: Broker Andino, Grupo Advance and Win&Winnow Language Services. The winner was Grupo Advance, for its work on the inclusion of people of diverse minorities as a priority in its business strategy. A special mention was also given to Socompa, an inclusive tourism company that addresses the pandemic through diversity.

Finally, in the category BIG COMPANIES IBM Argentina, Johnson&Johnson Argentina and Arca Continental (Salta Refrescos) were the three organizations that stood out the most in terms of diversity. Johnson&Johnson was chosen as the winner for its global and local commitment to diversity as a key factor for innovation and business purpose. In addition, Syngenta Agro was recognized with a special mention, for reviewing its seed multiplication process from a gender and employment perspective, hiring women for this task for the first time.

"The FLOR Awards are a recognition to those organizations that are examples of integration, of diversity management" stated Andrea Grobocopatel. "The issue of diversity is not a dispensable item on our to-do list (...). Society can address it while solving all the issues it considers urgent, because it is always present: in the diversity of views we will be able to build better solutions to our problems. (...) From the Foundation we maintain that it is always a good time to FLOURISH. Let good ideas, good news, good examples flourish. May responsible leadership and responsible organizations flourish, may society flourish so that the world embraces us with energy, positivism, generosity, so that we can take care of each other. May dialogue flourish, may different points of view enrich us and help us understand other people, may we value DIVERSITY because it makes us more creative and better people".

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: Banco Santander
  • Finalists: Biosidus, Globant

SMEs CATEGORY

  • Winner: Viviendas Asistidas
  • Finalists: ESET Latinoamérica, Gráfica Latina
  • Special mention: Ikigai, Summabio (ex Síntesis Biológica)

CATEGORY NGOs

  • Winner: Fundación Gran Chaco
  • Finalists: Biblioteca Popular La Cárcova, Fundación Líderes de Ansenuza
  • Special mention: Fundación Encontrarse en la Diversidad para la Educación Intercultural

PUBLIC SECTOR CATEGORY

  • Winner: Secretaría de Cultura de la Municipalidad Gobernador Ingeniero Valentín Virasoro

LATAM CATEGORY

  • Special mention: Grupo LILA

On Wednesday, September 23, the fifth edition of the FLOR Awards for Diversity was held for the first time in virtual format, for those organizations that manage diversity as part of their strategy. The ceremony was followed by almost a thousand people who connected freely from all over the country and was hosted by the presenter and FLOR collaborator Agustina Torchio Grobocopatel and the presenter, journalist and lawyer of Korean origin Jin Yi Hwang.

In the streaming, applicants, finalists, juries and guests from all sectors were present in a great event where each organization presented its commitment to Diversity with audiovisual material.

Winners

  • In the Latam category, there was a special mention for Grupo LILA.
  • In the Public Sector category the winner was Municipalidad Gobernador Ingeniero Valentín Virasoro
  • In NGOs La Fundación Gran Chaco was the winner, after sharing a list of nominees with Biblioteca Popular La Cárcova and the Fundación Líderes de Ansenuza. Also, a special mention was made for Fundación Encontrarse en la Diversidad para la Educación Intercultural
  • In the SMEs category, the award went to Residencia Asistida SA. The list of nominees was completed by ESET Latin America and Gráfica Latina SRL. There were also special mentions for Ikigai SRL and Síntesis Biológica
  • Lastly, in the large companies category, the award went to Banco Santander, the other nominees were Biosidus y Globant. 

This year's jury was integrated by: Laura Gaidulewicz, founder and director of Binden Group; Lucas Utrera, Director of Sustainability of SMS Latinoamerica; Alejandro Melamed, Director of Humanize Consulting; Daniel Arroyo, Minister of Social Development of the Nation; Kurt Frieder, founder and president of Fundación Huésped; Julia Pomares, CIPPEC Executive Director; y Nuria Vilanova, CEAPI president; además de Andrea Grobocopatel, President of the FLOR Foundation.

The entire selection process was audited by the international consultancy BDO.

“We want to create leaders and organizations that work responsibly and understand that everyone in the world is different. We all have something to contribute and we have the right to work, to be heard, to be included. We want to be the architects of the future, which is why we must reinvent ourselves and our companies and institutions”, highlighted Andrea Grobocopatel, president and founder of FLOR Foundation. 

In this way, once again FLOR Foundation continues to recognize organizations that are aware of the challenge that today's world offers them and that work to transmit those same values to others that will allow them to be part of a transformation towards a more just and inclusive society. .

About FLOR Foundation

FLOR was born in 2012 at the initiative of Andrea Grobocopatel, as a space that aims to promote the existence of solid institutions, with good governance practices and that, by managing diversity, are sustainable, thus contributing to achieving a better world for future generations. FLOR develops different initiatives framed in four thematic topics: Diversity, Responsible Organizations, Leadership and Local Development. 

The FLOR Foundation once again held the FLOR Diversity Awards at the Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires, with the purpose of promoting Diversity management in Organizations.

In its third consecutive year, FLOR Foundation expands its mission with the commitment to promote the value of diversity and inclusion.

Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables held the delivery of the FLOR Awards for Diversity, which was attended by more than 200 people including leaders of companies and organizations from various sectors and industries, social organizations and civil associations, special guests and the entire FLOR Network that year after year they say yes to a more just and inclusive society that finds its greatest wealth in diversity.

This award was born to promote Diversity Management and recognize the great work that many organizations are already carrying out to grow towards a path of greater inclusion. Many organizations have already started working to create and develop a culture that values differences and that includes the richness that exists in each person who is part of that community. Some organizations today are examples of this search and open their doors to tell us how they do it.

Many organizations that applied for this award to tell and describe in detail what are the strategies they are developing to manage diversity. They also shared those policies and actions that they carry out within their organization so that people can develop in an environment that contemplates the plurality of perspectives, capacities, opinions, ideas, preferences and gender.

Some steps are the creation of new internal policies, the implementation of programs that seek to promote, for example, the promotion of more women in decision-making positions, the incorporation of employees with disabilities, training programs, debate networks or contention on specific issues and more strategies that help achieve the larger purpose, which is to become a more inclusive society.

The Honorary Jury integrated by Daniel Arroyo (Congressman), Luis Ovsejevich (Founder and President of Fundacion Konex), Bernardo Kosacoff (Economist. Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and the Di Tella University), Fabiana Tuñez (INAM Executive Director), Lucas Utrera (Director of Sustainability of SMS Latinoamerica), Laura Gaidulewickz (Founder and Director of Binden Group), Alejandro Melamed (CEO of Humanize Consulting) and Andrea Grobocopatel (President of FLOR Foundation) they exhaustively evaluate each case and select the winners. The entire process was audited by the international consultancy BDO.

According to the characteristics of the postulated candidates, 3 categories were defined, understanding the differences in scope and ways of addressing diversity in terms of size or type of organization.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: SAP
  • Finalists: Cook Master, Dow
  • Mención especial: Newsan

SMEs CATEGORY

  • Winner: En Casa
  • Finalists: Nahual It, Xinca

CATEGORY NGOs

  • Winner: Fundación SIMAS
  • Finalists: ATIADIM, La Usina

PUBLIC SECTOR CATEGORY

  • Winner: Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández

The FLOR Foundation, for the fourth consecutive year, held the FLOR Awards ceremony and recognized different organizations for managing diversity as part of their strategy.

The award ceremony took place on Wednesday, October 16 at the Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes, where more than 300 people gathered, including representatives of companies, social organizations, civil associations, special guests and the entire FLOR Network with the aim of continuing to bet on the commitment to promote diversity and inclusion.

"This award does not seek to recognize the actions carried out by the winning organizations, but rather it implies assuming a commitment to deepen, internally, their task and to become referents that inspire other institutions to follow the path of inclusion and diversity", commented Andrea Grobocopatel, Director of Fundación FLOR during the event.

The jury was composed of Daniel Arroyo (National Deputy), Luis Ovsejevich (Founder and President of the Konex Foundation), Bernardo Kosacoff (Economist and Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and Di Tella University), Fabiana Tuñez (Executive Director of INAM), Lucas Utrera (Sustainability Director of SMS Latinoamerica), Laura Gaidulewickz (Founder and Director of Binden Group), Alejandro Melamed (General Director of Humanize Consulting) y Andrea Grobocopatel (President of FLOR Foundation), who thoroughly evaluated each case and selected the nominees and winners. The entire selection process was audited by the international consulting firm BDO, who ensured that the winners met the following parameters:

  • Enhance individual difference to achieve greater creativity by applying it to concrete facts.
  • Integrate diversity ideas and practices into day-to-day management.
  • Celebrate and promote differences among members of the organization in order to learn and grow from them.
  • Have internal and external policies on Diversity Management.
  • Promote its actions in society.

According to the characteristics of the nominated candidates, several categories were defined, understanding the differences in scope and ways of approaching diversity, in terms of size or type of organization. Within this framework, Iván de Pineda and Agustina Torchio (hosts of the event) proclaimed winners of the 2019 edition of the FLOR awards to:

  • Large Companies Category: SAP.
  • SME Category: En Casa SAD.
  • NGO Category: SIMAS Foundation.
  • Public Sector Category: José Hernández Museum of Popular Art (MAP).
  • Special Mention: Newsan.

Thus, once again, Fundación FLOR continues to recognize organizations that are aware of the challenge of today's world and that work to transmit to others those same values that will allow them to be part of a transformation towards a fairer and more inclusive society.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: Arredo
  • Finalists: Manpower, Grupo Newsan

SME CATEGORY

  • Winner: Zan, Bergel y Viñes Abogados
  • Finalists: Agente Central, Inclúyeme.com

NGO CATEGORY

  • Winner: Fundación Todavía es Tiempo
  • Finalists: Asociación Civil Mujeres 2000, ATIADIM

PUBLIC SECTOR CATEGORY

  • Special mention: Casa de la Moneda

Fundación FLOR once again held the FLOR Diversity Awards at the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, with the purpose of promoting diversity management in organizations.

In its third consecutive year, FLOR Foundation expands its mission with the commitment to promote the value of diversity and inclusion.

Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables held the FLOR Diversity Awards ceremony, which was attended by more than 200 people, including leaders of companies and organizations from different sectors and industries, social organizations and civil associations, special guests and the entire FLOR Network, who year after year say yes to a fairer and more inclusive society that finds its greatest wealth in diversity.

This award was created to promote Diversity Management and to recognize the great work that many organizations are already doing to grow towards a path of greater inclusion. Many organizations have already begun to work to create and develop a culture that values differences and includes the richness of each person who is part of that community. Some organizations today are examples of this search and open their doors to tell us how they do it.

Many organizations applied for this award to tell and describe in detail the strategies they are developing to manage diversity. They also shared those policies and actions that they carry out within their organization so that people can develop in an environment that contemplates the plurality of perspectives, capabilities, opinions, ideas, preferences and gender.

Some steps are the creation of new internal policies, the implementation of programs that seek to promote, for example, the promotion of more women in decision-making positions, the incorporation of employees with disabilities, training programs, discussion networks or support on specific topics, and more and more strategies that help to achieve the greater purpose of becoming a more inclusive society.

The Jury of Honor was composed of Daniel Arroyo (National Deputy), Luis Ovsejevich (Founder and President of the Konex Foundation), Bernardo Kosacoff (Economist, Professor of the University of Buenos Aires and Professor of the University of Buenos Aires) and Bernardo Kosacoff (Professor of the University of Buenos Aires). Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and Di Tella University), Fabiana Tuñez (Executive Director of INAM), Lucas Utrera (Sustainability Director of SMS Latinoamerica), Laura Gaidulewickz (Founder and Director of Binden Group), Alejandro Melamed (CEO of Humanize Consulting) and Andrea Grobocopatel (President of FLOR Foundation) met to thoroughly evaluate each case and select the winners. The entire process was audited by the international consulting firm BDO.

According to the characteristics of the nominated candidates, 3 categories were defined, understanding the differences in scope and ways to address diversity in terms of size or type of organization.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: Accenture
  • Finalists: Newsan, JP Morgan

SME CATEGORY

  • Declared void

NGO CATEGORY

  • Winner: Diagonal
  • Finalists: Fundación SIMAS, Fundación Encontrarse en la Diversidad para la Educación Intercultural (Foundation for Intercultural Education)

The Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables (FLOR) held for the second consecutive year the presentation of the FLOR Diversity Awards at the Assembly Hall of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, which was attended by more than 150 people, including members of companies, MeD graduates, nominated organizations, members of the foundation's network and journalists. The evening was hosted by Tete Coustarot and Agustina Torchio Grobocopatel.

The FLOR Diversity Awards were created with the aim of disseminating the theme and recognizing organizations that are already working on inclusion and diversity issues so that they become beacons that enlighten other organizations and motivate them to generate a real change in society.

The award process began with the dissemination of the proposal and the call for applications to organizations that had to describe those policies used to manage diversity internally that provide their members with an environment in which they can develop, that contemplate the plurality of perspectives and that, through their implementation, encourage actions such as the promotion of more women in decision-making positions, the incorporation of employees with different abilities, and personnel regardless of their sexual orientation or age.

Then, a Jury of Honor composed of representatives of excellence from the public sector, consulting and academia such as Bernardo Kosacoff, Luis Ovsejevich, María Rigou, Andrea Grobocopatel, Daniel Arroyo, Lucas Utrera, Eugenia Botta and Alejandro Melamed met to thoroughly evaluate each case and select the winners. The entire process was audited by the international consulting firm BDO.

According to the characteristics of the nominated candidates, categories were defined understanding the differences in scope and ways to address diversity in terms of size or type of organization.

The winner of the large companies category was Accenture, one of the leading companies that has been working on these aspects for many years, and the special mention for NGOs went to Diagonal, which works for the labor reinsertion of people over 45 years of age.

A panel of graduates of the MeD Program - Women in Decision - was also present and Gabriel Corrado acted as moderator, asking them about the changes they noticed after participating in FLOR.

During the event, the president of the Foundation, Andrea Grobocopatel, stated that FLOR wants to generate leaders and organizations that function in a more responsible way every day. That they understand that in the world we are all different, we all have something to contribute, the right to work, to be heard, to be included. But it is difficult for a leader alone, he needs followers, he needs institutions and organizations because they are the ones that have to group behind common objectives to defend and align interests, to avoid transaction costs, to teach us to dialogue, to achieve consensus, to learn to put individual interests above those "OF ALL" to change paradigms and to make collective constructions. We want to move from speeches, from panels, to action and transformation, that is why we make programs such as MeD (Women in Decision). That is why the FLOR Award to promote change. To conclude, she shared the phrase of Ban Kin-moon, former Secretary of the United Nations: "Equality for women: progress for all".

"Countries where there is more gender equality experience greater economic growth. Companies with more women leaders achieve better returns. Peace agreements that include women are more durable. Parliaments with more women pass more laws on key social issues such as health, education, anti-discrimination and child support. The evidence is clear: women's equality means progress for all."

FLOR Foundation expands its mission with a commitment to fostering the value for diversity and inclusion.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LARGE COMPANIES CATEGORY

  • Winner: GIRE
  • Finalists: Accenture, Dow

SME CATEGORY

  • Winner: Veneta Rosario
  • Finalists: Estudio Kahale, Estudio Mitrani

NGO CATEGORY

  • Special Mention: DISCAR Foundation
  • Finalists: Argentine Library for the Blind, Diagonal

The Fundación Liderazgos y Organizaciones Responsables (FLOR) held for the first time the FLOR Diversity Awards ceremony at the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, attended by more than 170 people, including members of nominated companies and organizations, members of the foundation's network, participants in academic programs, journalists and officials from the Ministry of Social Development.

The FLOR Diversity Award was created with the aim of disseminating the theme and recognizing organizations that are already working on inclusion and diversity issues so that they become beacons that enlighten other organizations and motivate them to generate a real change in society.

The award process began with the dissemination of the proposal and the call for applications to organizations that had to describe those policies used to manage diversity internally that provide their members with an environment in which they can develop, that contemplate the plurality of perspectives and that, through their implementation, encourage actions such as the promotion of more women in decision-making positions, the incorporation of employees with different abilities, and personnel regardless of their sexual orientation or age.

Then, a Jury of Honor composed of representatives of excellence from the public sector, consulting and academia such as Bernardo Kosacoff, Luis Ovsejejevich, María Rigou, Andrea Grobocopatel, Sofía Torroba, Bea Pellizari, Daniel Arroyo, Víctor Garelik, Lucas Utrera and Alejandro Melamed met to thoroughly evaluate each case and select the winners. The entire process was audited by the international consulting firm BDO.

According to the characteristics of the nominated candidates, 3 categories were defined, understanding the differences in scope and ways to address diversity in terms of size or type of organization.

The winner of the large companies category was Gire (Rapipago), a nationwide organization that includes people with disabilities, carries out programs to encourage employees to share ideas to improve the company's management and provides training for women over 40 years of age who wish to re-enter the labor market.

In the SME category, the winner was Veneta Rosario, a printing company from Rosario led by two women who prioritize diversity among their employees and care for the environment. Of its 24 employees, there are 5 with disabilities and one in a vulnerable situation recovered from addictions. The directors firmly believe that the engine of a company is based on its human resources.

A special mention was also given to the NGO Fundación Discar, which for 25 years has been promoting the social inclusion of people with disabilities through proposals that teach them to live in relation with others, work on equal terms, develop their emotional life, enjoy art and sports.

The event closed with the presentation of women who form the FLOR network from their participation in the corporate governance program with a gender perspective MED (Women in Decision-Making Places). Based on a "talent show", a group of women and their respective achievements and professional interests were presented with the final objective of reinforcing the message, on the one hand, of the importance of training women leaders to occupy decision-making positions, and on the other, of connecting them in networks that allow them to empower and project them, the main objective of the last two years of FLOR.