“Brown-Forman Romania is pleased to sign the Romanian Diversity Charter in the same year Brown-Forman as a global company celebrates 150th anniversary. Our mission is to create an inclusive culture that values diversity and encourages trust, openness and mutual support in order to build high performing teams comprised of diverse skills, cultures and experiences. We aim to demonstrate diversity and inclusion leadership across our business and to be recognized both internally and externally as one of the best places to work. We believe that being diverse and inclusive is key to our long-term sustainability” - Dan Crisan, East Balkans Area Manager and Member of European Diversity & Inclusion Council, Brown-Forman.
Brown-Forman is an independent, publicly-traded (BF-A, BF-B) producer and marketer of some of the most well-known wines and spirits brands in the world. Our combined wines and spirits portfolio is made up of more than 30 brands, including nine that exceed one million cases per year. One of the largest American-owned spirits and wine companies and among the top 10 largest global spirits companies, we sell our brands in more than 160 countries. Located in Louisville, KY, Brown-Forman employs approximately 4,600 people of 45 different nationalities worldwide, with offices and production facilities across the globe. At Brown-Forman, we believe that individual brand strength and brand equity, based on meaningful differentiation and built by passionate people, are the keys to ongoing growth and profitability. Brown-Forman believes in being responsible in all aspects of our business. Success in today’s marketplace is no longer strictly financial. In our changing world, results are also measured by what we give back, and by the respect we have for our surroundings. It is the right thing to do for our business, employees, consumers and our communities. Brown-Forman and its employees believe in actively contributing time, energy, and resources to improving the community. We take a leading role in our hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, by investing in our educational system and supporting diverse art and civic organizations.