Our Clients

We work with a wide range of organisations who engage us because of our in-depth knowledge of ethical issues and capacity to deliver real change. Some of our clients include:

Brands & Retailers

Apple

Aldi

BBC Worldwide

Hewlett Packard

John Lewis Partnership

Kraft

Lantmannen

London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG)

Marks & Spencer

Novo Nordisk

Ralph Lauren

Sainsburys

Tesco

Unilever

Non-governmental Organisations

Oxfam

Fairtrade Foundation

Traidcraft

Soil Association

Donors and development Agencies

Department for International Development (DFID)

Multi-stakeholder Initiatives

Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI)

Ethical Trading Initiative Norway

Global Social Compliance Programme (GSCP)

“Impactt Ltd has demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of those who are at the heart of our projects and programmes. They bring an innovative and proactive approach to resolving intractable issues whilst maintaining a balanced commercial view, due to their understanding of the realities of the corporate environment.” Louise Nicholls, Head of Responsible Sourcing, Marks and Spencer

“Impactt has been a great help to BBC Worldwide, especially in the early days of setting up our ethical sourcing programme. Their team is always professional and a delight to work with, and the advice and hand-holding they provide is second to none. They are at the forefront of labour rights issues, are extremely knowledgeable, really flexible when it comes to responding to new or complex issues, and best of all they speak plain English, with not a trace of consultant-speak.  Several years on, we continue to enjoy working closely with Impactt’s UK and international teams, for both routine and more detailed strategic support, across our whole business.” David Halford, BBC Worldwide

“The strength of Impactt’s approach was getting factory management’s buy-in to the benefits of making changes that improved productivity and labour standards at the same time. Once on site, they interviewed workers to hear their concerns and geared the training course to showing managers how a series of practical changes could deliver these benefits.” Rachel Wilshaw, Oxfam

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