About Us


Today Benetton Group is one of the best-known fashion companies in the world, present in the most important markets
in the world with a network of about 5,000 stores; a responsible group that plans for the future and lives in the present,
with a watchful eye to the environment, to human dignity, and to a society in transformation.



The Group has a consolidated identity comprised of colour, authentic fashion, quality at democratic prices and passion for
its work: these values are reflected in the the strong, dynamic personality of the brands United Colors of Benetton and Sisley.


Because we have a visionary yet realistic outlook and for more than 40 years our collections have been worn all over the world with the brands United Colors of Benetton, Undercolors of Benetton and Sisley. We are present in 120 countries, in the most beautiful cities, in unique locations designed by internationally renowned architects.

Because our multi-ethnic and multiracial spirit enables us to surround ourselves with colleagues from all over the world who share the same interests and like to push the boundaries. Because our business is continuously expanding and the focus is on emerging markets where our presence is becoming more significant every day and opportunities for international professionals are increasing.

Because the Benetton Group recognises the importance of human resources and protects them by promoting their value with the aim of improving and increasing the skills and competitive ability of every individual. Our policy is in fact based on recognising merit and equal opportunities by providing specific training programmes such as professional refresher courses and programmes aimed at acquiring new skills.

Because our work environment is dynamic and creative and we know how to make the most of the skills and the aptitudes of everyone by giving them the opportunity to express themselves and be at the heart of our success. Because technological inovation is one of our trade marks. Research and experimentation are the basis of both our personal and professional growth.

Because we have an ethical approach and our objective is to contribute to the economic wellbeing and growth of the communities where we operate, guaranteeing an awareness of the most important social issues and also participating in social initiatives by contributing in various sectors.

Because we see a colourful future!



Benetton Group is committed to upholding the values that have been ever-present in our daily corporate activity. With this in mind, the company has drawn up a series of policies which describe its approach regarding fundamental themes dealing with its employees such as diversity, discrimination, remuneration, health and safety, industrial relations, the presentation of complaints and the parental leave.
Learn more about our Complaint Management Policy
Learn more about our Policy against Discrimination and Abuse
Learn more about our Diversity Policy
Learn more about our Health and Safety Policy
Learn more about our Remuneration and Incentive Policy
Learn more about our Industrial Relations Principles
Learn more about our Parental Leave Policy



The United Colors of Benetton clothing collections for women, men and children offer a style universally recognized as encompassing design, taste, a sense of beauty, which reflect the Italian style of the brand.



Undercolors of Benetton proposes collections of underwear, beachwear, nightwear and accessories for women, men and children. A wide selection in basic colors is enhanced every season with the latest trends.



Sisley is a brand with a strong personality: sexy, unconventional and with a powerfully contemporary aesthetic which makes it immediately identifiable and popular.



Benetton Group recognises diversity as a source of enrichment, and offers opportunities without discrimination.
Diversity and equal opportunities represent fundamental values in the company and are clearly mentioned in the Group’s Code of Ethics.


Benetton Group guarantees impartiality and is committed to avoiding discrimination of every kind (age, sex, state of health, race, nationality, political opinions, religious creed, social and personal conditions), guaranteeing that every man and woman inside the company is treated with respect.

Benetton Group recognises the importance of human resources, protecting and promoting their value with a policy based on recognising merit and on equal opportunities, providing specific training programmes such as professional refresher courses and programmes aimed at acquiring new skills.

Benetton Group is committed to maintaining a relationship with its employees based on loyalty, transparency and mutual respect, without discrimination, offering employees the equal opportunities and guaranteeing everyone the opportunity for professional development based on objective, meritocratic criteria.


The Ponzano Children Children’s centre opened its doors to pre-school children from 9 months to 6 years old in the 2007/08 school year. It is an educational and cultural centre where the nursery and kindergarten co-exist and where children and their families can have access to long term educational continuity which allows them to develop familiarity with the places and the people there. It is an experience that originated from within the Benetton Group, from listening and talking with the local people in the area. The Group, aware of the ethical and social role of an advanced company culture, committed itself to developing an educational service based on relationships, research and the wellbeing of children and the local community. In order to do this the Benetton Group took the advice of Reggio Children, who collaborated among other things in developing the pedagogic and organisational project of Ponzano Children.

The centre was designed by internationally acclaimed Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza, who speaking about his work said: “Our aim was to create a nursery school that not only functions impeccably, but is also able to offer a series of diverse spaces; a living building where children can dream and be happy”.