Definitions

Bidcorp’s six capitals:

Human

The competencies, capabilities and experience of our employees and globally diverse management team, enabling us to deliver our products and services and implement our strategy, thereby creating value for our stakeholders.

Financial

The funding and financial resources available to and deployed by the group including finance raised, revenue generated, interest income and funds reinvested.

Social and relationship

Stakeholder relationships and engagement making up the critical, long-term relationships that we have cultivated with customers, suppliers and business partners in developing our internationally recognised corporate reputation.

Intellectual

Organisational knowledge, systems, protocols and intellectual property in particular the innovative cutting-edge online customer and supplier interfaces being used internationally to simplify, streamline and create efficiencies in our business process end-to-end; providing us with our competitive advantage.

Manufactured

The physical infrastructure used to sell products includes distribution centres (owned and leased) and the IT systems throughout the business enabling us to procure, import, deliver and sell our products and services around the world.

Natural

Environmental resources form the foundation of our products and services. Sourcing food products locally, delivering them efficiently and responsibly whilst protecting and enabling the long-term sustainability of food production.

Stakeholders key:    
Customers

Customers

Environment

Environment

Suppliers

Suppliers

Communities

Communities

Employees

Employees

Authorities

Authorities

Shareholders

Shareholders