Brightstar has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company.
This is the first time Brightstar has been named as a World’s Most Ethical Company. This year, 124 companies were named as World’s Most Ethical Companies, representing 52 industry sectors across 19 countries, and Brightstar is one of only three companies recognized from the Telecommunications industry. This distinction underscores Brightstar’s commitment to high ethical standards and demonstrates that ethical business practices and compliance are key competitive differentiators.
“When we work with customers, be it a wireless carrier or an electronics retailer, our job is to make sure we are bringing forward bold solutions that empower their businesses and simplify the wireless world, making mobile technology accessible to everyone,” said Brightstar President and CEO Jaymin B. Patel. “To maintain this position as a strategic partner, it’s absolutely essential to strive toward a culture of ethics and compliance so our customers can rest assured that we always have their best interests in mind.”
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