Dialog to meet increased sustainability requirements

Being responsive to the expectations of stakeholders and the world around us is vital if we are to continue to develop and improve Alligo’s operations and sustainability work. The Group’s most important stakeholders are customers, suppliers, employees, shareholders, investors, society and authorities.

Alligo’s stakeholder analysis 2023

Alligo engages with our stakeholders in a variety of ways and forums. Through this dialogue, we identify the issues that stakeholders consider most important for Alligo to work on.

The stakeholder dialogue is validated annually and is an important part of determining which sustainability issues are most material to the business.



Dialogue: Everyday contact through sales in-store, via field sales and in digital channels, contact with customer services and in procurement processes, newsletters and other material tailored to the customer.

Follow-up: Customer surveys

  • Quality products available at the right time
    and place at an attractive price
  • Competent and dedicated personnel
  • Easy to do business with
  • Environmental and climate impact
  • Chemicals
  • Circularity and recycling of textile products
  • Certified management system
  • Systematic sustainable supply chain work


Dialogue: Meetings, supplier visits, everyday contact, trade fairs and product training.

Follow-up: Supplier evaluations and contract follow-up (including Code of Conduct and Chemical Restriction Lists) through audits, factory visits and quality controls, for example.

  • Partner-like relationship with key suppliers
  • Reliable deliveries
  • Prices
  • Acceptance of Supplier Code of Conduct and Chemical Restriction Lists
  • Product quality


Dialogue: Performance appraisals and personal interaction, intranet, training, cooperation with trade unions, Board representation.

Follow-up: ‘Pulse measurements’, monitoring of employee turnover, sickness absence and work injuries and incidents.

  • Common set of values
  • Physical and psychosocial work environment
  • Development and career opportunities
  • Good employment terms
  • Leadership built on trust and commitment

Owners/ inverstors

Dialogue: Annual General Meeting, Board meetings, meetings with investors and analysts.

Follow-up: Ongoing reporting, interim reports, Annual and Sustainability Report.

  • Return on investment
  • Transparent reporting
  • Risk management
  • Sustainable enterprise

Society/ authorities

Dialogue: Contact with various authorities, meetings and cooperation in industry organisations.

Follow-up: Annual and Sustainability Report, website and whistleblowing function.

  • Increased legal requirements relating to
    reporting, due diligence and transparent
    sustainability information, for example
  • Compliance with laws and regulations
  • Environmental and climate impact