Carnival Cruise Line has been named to the inaugural list of America’s Best Brands for Social Impact by Forbes and recognized for its overall trustworthiness and values, social stances, sustainability and community support.
Produced in partnership with the data analytics company HundredX, the Forbes list derives from a survey of more than 100,000 consumers. It ranks the 300 brands respondents’ rate most highly in four categories: overall brand values and trust, social stances, sustainability and community support. Close to four million ratings were gathered across more than 2,000 unique brands.
“At Carnival, we are fully committed to our mission of providing safe, fun and memorable vacations at a great value, all while showing trust, care and respect for each other, our ships and the environment,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “This recognition as one of the best brands for social impact by Forbes underscores our commitment to our priorities, and our focus on being good partners with our homeports and the scores of destinations we visit.”
Carnival Cruise Line is the flagship brand of Carnival Corporation, which recently released its latest report on sustainability, detailing industry-leading initiatives and momentum across environmental, social and governance focus areas. Carnival’s practices often exceed international and domestic environmental regulations, including the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations.
A global brand with employees representing over 120 different nationalities, this latest honor by Forbes is among others that highlight the company’s inclusive culture such as the recent distinction of being named as a top employer for Latinos by Latino Leaders Magazine.