Every year, Webranking by Comprend evaluates how well Europe’s largest listed companies meet the expectations of stakeholders such as analysts, investors, business journalists, and job seekers when it comes to the content and functionality of corporate websites.
This year, Chr. Hansen remains the best-performing Danish company, scoring 63.9 out of 100 points. Nordea takes second place with 61.2 points, while Danske Bank comes in third with 58.3 points.
"We take immense pride in our fifth consecutive year of being ranked as a leader in Denmark. Our relentless commitment to delivering valuable information to our stakeholders and ensuring a seamless website experience has resulted in this great recognition. As we anticipate regulatory approvals for our proposed combination with Novozymes (expected in Q4 2023 or Q1 2024), this milestone marks a true Chr. Hansen Moment in our website's history. While this may be the final ranking as Chr. Hansen, it's an amazing note to conclude on. To everyone who contributed to our success, your dedication is truly valued," says Sanne Seyer-Hansen, director of Corporate Communications.
Apart from topping the Danish list, Chr. Hansen's website claims third place among the ranked 61 companies in the European healthcare sector. In the Europe 500 list, we rank no. 41.
About Webranking by Comprend
Webranking is Europe’s leading survey of corporate websites and the only global ranking that is based on stakeholder expectations. Comprend ranks around 700 websites of the largest European companies each year. Roughly 500 respondents help map out the ideal corporate website and this feedback becomes the basis for the Webranking criteria. Learn more at www.comprend.com.