Sustainable Brand Index™ B2C is a brand study on sustainability within the business-to-consumer market in Lithuania. The study is based on research among Lithuanian consumers and shows how brands are perceived within environmental and social responsibility. Sustainable Brand Index™ is launched in Lithuania for the first time in 2020, together with Latvia and Estonia. Download the official report of 2020 to discover this year’s brand ranking and key sustainability insights into industries, consumers and brands.

 

OFFICIAL REPORT

Lithuania - 2020

Our official report contains the complete ranking of Sustainable Brand Index™ 2020 in Lithuania, accompanied with key sustainability insights into the Baltic B2C-market.

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  • Industry Rankings 2020

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  • Methodology

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RANKING

Lithuania - 2020

Sustainable Brand Index™ yearly ranks brands on sustainability. The rankings show how brands are perceived on sustainability by their important stakeholders. These are Lithuania’s most sustainable brands of 2020 according to Lithuanian consumers.

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Top 20

POSITION

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

BRAND

Lidl

Tele2

IKI

Swedbank

Džiugas

Maxima

Telia

Rokiškio sūris

Norfa

Biržų duona

POSITION

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

BRAND

Vilniaus Duona

Vilkyškių pieninė

Ignitis

Lietuvos geležinkeliai „LG Keleiviams“

Rimi

Paulig

SEB

BITĖ

Pildyk

Pieno žvaigždės


INDUSTRY WINNERS 2020

POSITION

1.

3.

5.

6.

13.

18.

32.

BRAND

Lidl

Tele2

Swedbank

Džiugas

Ignitis

Lietuvos geležinkeliai „LG Keleiviams“

Neste

industry

Grocery Stores

Telecom

Banks

Food & Beverage

Electricity & Heating

Transport/Travel

Fuel


DISCOVER WHICH industries & brands ARE INCLUDED

2020

Brands are selected yearly across a variety of sectors, based on a set of independent parameters. Parameters include: market share on the respective market, turnover and general brand awareness. The purpose of these criteria is to create a selection that mirrors the brands that consumers meet in their everyday life. Brands cannot choose to be included or excluded from the study and the annual results of Sustainable Brand Index™ are open to the public.

 

+ Banking

  • Citadelė bankas
  • Luminor
  • SEB
  • Šiaulių bankas
  • Swedbank

+ Electricity & Heating

  • Elektrum
  • Enefit
  • ESO
  • Ignitis

+ Food & Beverage

  • ARVI kalakutai
  • Auga
  • Biovela
  • Biržų duona
  • Džiugas
  • Gardėsis
  • Kėdainių konservai
  • Krekenavos mėsa
  • Löfbergs
  • Malsena
  • Orkla
  • Paulig
  • PF Ķekava
  • Pieno žvaigždės
  • Rokiškio sūris
  • Santa Maria
  • Utenos mėsa
  • Vilkyškių pieninė
  • Vilniaus Duona

+ Fuel

  • Circle K
  • Neste
  • VIADA

+ Grocery Stores

  • Barbora.lt
  • IKI
  • Lidl
  • Maxima
  • Norfa
  • Rimi

+ Telecom

  • BITĖ
  • Ežys
  • Labas
  • Pildyk
  • Tele2
  • Telia

+ Transport

  • airBaltic
  • Bolt
  • Lietuvos geležinkeliai „LG Keleiviams“
  • Lux Express
  • Susisiekimo paslaugos
  • Uber

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Methodology

 
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The Ranking

The ranking score is a combination of both environmental and social responsibility, based on the definition of sustainability according to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The score is assembled through a top box-method, consisting of awareness levels and positive attitudes of stakeholders. The total score for each area of sustainability is 100%. Thus, a brand can receive 100% for environmental responsibility, and 100% for social responsibility, adding up to a maximum score of 200%.

 
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brand selection

Per country, brands are selected yearly across a variety of sectors, based on a set of independent parameters. Parameters include: market share on the respective market, turnover and general brand awareness. Brands cannot choose to be included or excluded from the study and the annual results of Sustainable Brand Index™ are open to the public.