ODILO, the first Spanish EdTech to join the UN Global Compact Spain

  • The company has been recognized for its positive impact on ‘SDG4: Quality Education’ due to its Unlimited Learning Ecosystems.
  • It has also received certification in 4 other objectives for its work in gender equality, reduction of inequalities, responsible consumption, and prevention of corruption in all its forms.
  • It also has 8 ISO certifications in Security and Continuity, Personal Data Protection, Documentary Systems and AE and Environmental Management.

Madrid, May 29, 2023 – Nearly 90% of Spanish companies say that their activity can have an impact on their SDGs. This is clearly demonstrated in the report ‘Contribution of Spanish Companies to the 2030 Sustainable Development Strategy’, published by the United Nations Global Compact with funding from the Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030. It is a figure that highlights the awareness of the Spanish business community and their desire to develop a more sustainable future and society.

ODILO, the Spanish EdTech that has created a category in the educational market for any organization to have its own Unlimited Learning Ecosystem, has announced its adherence to the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. Currently, more than 19,000 organizations are members in more than 160 countries and it has 70 local networks. In Spain, more than 1,000 organizations have joined the initiative.

According to Miguel Rodriguez, ODILO’s Business Manager, “Having an egalitarian and more sustainable planet is only possible if we all act under a common project. For this, it is vital to be part of the United Nations Global Compact. ODILO has joined thousands of companies worldwide in their commitment to responsible corporate actions to create the world we want”.

Joining the UN Global Compact Spain implies that ODILO commits to align its operations with Ten Universally Accepted Principles in the areas of human rights, labor standards, environment, and anti-corruption, and to adopt measures in support of the United Nations objectives currently embodied in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Commitment to Sustainable Development Goals

With their commitment to CSR, ODILO has been certified in five SDGs. 

Among these goals, and in its mission to empower people to become their best version, the company is certified in the ‘SDG4: Quality Education’, since through its unlimited learning ecosystems, it makes available to users of schools, colleges, universities and companies, up to 4 million multi-format content (e-books, audiobooks and podcasts, newspapers and magazines, etc.), from more than 6,300 content providers in 43 different languages, as well as programs and learning experiences that are tailored to the needs of both users and organizations. In addition, the company stands out for offering inclusive and accessible content for all types of users, which is available both online and offline and adapts to special visual and learning needs. 

In addition to its positive impact in the educational field, Spanish EdTech has been recognized for its work on 4 other Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda. Specifically, on ‘SDG 5: Gender equality’; ‘SDG 10: Reducing inequalities’, ‘SDG 12: Responsible consumption’ and ‘SDG 16: Reducing corruption in all its forms’.

“These certifications endorse our work to undertake actions under this guide and will help us to continue focusing our efforts so that our internal and external activities contribute to achieving positive changes that benefit people and the planet,” said Miguel Rodríguez.

Similarly, ODILO has 8 certifications in different fields related to: Security and Continuity, such as ISO 27001 Information Security Management and ISO 27017 Security Controls for Cloud Services; Personal Data Protection, including ISO 27701 Information Privacy Management; Documentary Systems and AE, with ISO 17068 Information and Documentation. Trusted Third Party Repository for Electronic Documents, and Environmental Management, with ISO 14001 Environmental Management. 

It also holds the High Category distinction of the National Security Scheme of Royal Decree 311/2022, and the UNE 19601 Criminal Compliance Management Systems and UNE-EN 301549 European Accessibility Standard for Information and Communication Technology Products and Services certifications.


ODILO is a B2B2C company, which has created a new category in the education market: Unlimited Learning Ecosystems. In this way, the firm allows any organization to create its own fully customized learning ecosystems, and offer its users unlimited access to the world’s largest catalog of educational content and create all kinds of learning experiences without restrictions. In addition, through the use of Artificial Intelligence, ODILO enables the creation of unique learning paths and experiences for both organizations and users, as well as its unique Business Intelligence system that is capable of measuring all possible forms of learning, and also offers the advisory service of industry experts.

More than 8,500 organizations in 52 countries – including governments in Europe, North America, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Australia and Africa; academic leaders such as Peking University and top companies such as Vodafone, Nestlé and Banco Santander – have already created Unlimited Learning Ecosystems from the more than 4 million pieces of content available on the platform. In total, ODILO is part of the learning experiences of more than 170 million users worldwide.


The Global Compact is the UN initiative that leads corporate sustainability in the world. It has more than 20 years of experience and more than 70 local networks worldwide, including the Spanish network, which since its creation is one of the national platforms of the Global Compact and the local network with the largest number of adhered entities, with more than 1,000. Of these, 41% are large companies, 43% are SMEs and 16% are other types of entities (third sector, business associations and educational institutions).

Its objective is to encourage the implementation of the Ten Principles of the Global Compact while promoting the integration of the Sustainable Development Goals in the business sector, being the only organization mandated by the United Nations for this purpose.

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