29 February 2024

Having celebrated our 20th birthday earlier this month, we are over the moon to be celebrating again today as we are named by the Financial Times as a ‘Leading Management Consultancy’ for sustainability for the fifth year in a row.  We take huge energy from winning this award.

It represents the hard work our team puts into supporting our clients as they embed human rights due diligence into their strategy and operations and the value they create.  Thank you once again to our clients and partners for recommending us.

“We have worked with many of our clients for multiple years, getting deep into their value chains and close to their impacts.  But there’s always more to do and that’s what drives us. ”


Luke Wilde, Founder and Chief Executive.

Our expertise span many areas, including living wage/living income, child labour remediation, the identification of salient issues and land rights.

We work in the Board rooms of multinationals and across the fields, factories and mines of supply chains.

Over the years, we have been getting deep into our clients value chains, closer to the impacts and working together to tackle the root causes.

Recently we have been helping clients to create resilient supply chains by applying a human rights lens to their climate and nature strategies and bringing the perspectives of rightsholders (those most impacted) into their business decision making process.

We are also engaged with an increasing number of companies who find themselves operating in conflict-affected and high-risk areas.  Here we work alongside them as ‘thinking partners’, helping them to navigate the challenges and ensure a responsible approach.

So thank you to the Financial Times, our clients and partners.  We will enjoy today’s celebrations and continue on with our work as “there is always more to do and that’s what drives us”.


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