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Aug. 8, 2022

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ZoomInfo joins global sustainability program

By , Columbian Innovation Editor

ZoomInfo announced Monday it signed the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, the United Nations Global Compact.

The agreement makes the Vancouver-based tech company one of the first 50 publicly traded tech companies to agree to the compact’s 10 principles on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.

Part of the agreement means ZoomInfo will annually report on its efforts with the principles.

“We are committed to providing transparency on how our business affects people, communities, and the environment,” said Henry Schuck, founder and CEO of ZoomInfo. “We are proud to do our part to help advance the broader societal goals outlined in the United Nations Global Compact. This showcases our corporate commitment to our stakeholders in our communities. We believe these initiatives are critical to our long-term success, sustainability, and leadership.”

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