Corpaccounts Consulting has been designed to support individuals who are passionate about ethical trade either inside or outside of the supply chain.
To support this objective we have partnered with a number of organisations who offer comprehensive tools as well as developing our own resources, tools, training and ad-hoc consultancy offering.
Our core values are truth, transparency, justice and equality and we hope to support all actors whether global or local in obtaining the best possible standards.
Our mission is to improve practices the world over. We recognise that challenges in maintaining employment standards are not only faced in remote countries but in what would generally be considered rich and prosperous locations.
We also recognise that these challenges are felt by all. Whether it be a worker at an NGO, a CSR manager at a large multinational or even just your every day consumer – these issues affect us all and our mission is to make supply chain solutions clear, accessible and simple to use.
Corpaccounts Consulting seeks to bring you state of the art technological solutions, resources, guidance and support.
Our team are happy to provide one on one consultations and support with ad-hoc projects, and will work to guide you through any challenges that you have by providing expert advice on solutions.
Whatever your challenge, we are here to support.
Corpaccounts Specialist Network
At Corpaccounts we want to support you through whatever challenge you might be facing – as such we have a dedicated network of ethical trade professionals who are here to support you on both your long term and short term objectives.
We have expertise in the following areas and are looking forward to supporting your journey:
Human Rights, Ethical Trade, Supply Chain Management, Equality & Diversity, Labour Standards, Health & Safety, Human Trafficking, Women’s Rights, Land Rights, Worker Voice, Animal Rights, War & Conflict, Peace & Security, Culture & Identity Rights
Please contact us directly for:
Strategy & planning
The development of supply chain assessments
Supply chain technology tool development
Unique research projects
We’d love to hear from you.
About the Programme
ShopFreedom is a programme dedicated to helping small and medium businesses improve their ethical activity and boost trade through a network of like-minded consumers. Its purpose is to guide small and medium enterprises (SME’s) on ethical trade practice, allowing them to reap the benefits that currently only big businesses are taking advantage of, while also improving production practices across the world.
Corporate Social Responsibility is today a widespread practice in the corporate world, with every big corporation having a team devoted to it. We know, however, that the needs and possibilities of small businesses are vastly different, with resources and time being incredibly valuable. ShopFreedom provides the opportunity to introduce ethical trade to your company with minimum investment, giving you the chance to participate more fairly in the ethical trade market and levelling the playing field.
How it works
ShopFreedom is an annual membership programme focusing on one ethical issue a month. You will require no more than 20 minutes a week to get familiarised with the information and take all necessary steps to comply with requirements and adhere to ethical trading standards.
Upon completion of the programme you will receive accreditation and a marketing suite of materials through which to communicate adherence to your consumers.
✶ Businesses are likely to increase their revenue through (a) their commitment to ethical trade, which attracts ethically concerned customers; (b) implementing best practice and reducing risk and liabilities; (c) creating and supporting decent working conditions, both on-site and with suppliers, improving well-being and therefore boosting productivity.
✶ As new legislation is developed in relation to modern slavery and transparency, small businesses are likely to have more obligations to comply with. The programme will help support smaller businesses at an affordable rate, staying ahead of the curve.
✶ Small and medium sized enterprises will learn about their risks and put into action best practice in order to avoid them.
✶ You will help consumers who want to shop ethically by giving them the best options.
✶ You can improve the well-being and mental health of workers leading to reduced sickness and turnover rates.
✶ The programme contributes to improving ethical trade standards in the largest sector of business in the UK and the EU, small and medium businesses, and ultimately, globally.
Laura Haworth | Director
Laura has spent a number of years working with both public and private sector organisations to leverage best practice throughout international supply chains. Her work has focused on the development of assessments, reporting, risk management tools and individual consultancy.
Her most notable experience comes through the production of content for the UK public sector implementing the Equality Act 2010 and the ILO Core Conventions and her most recent role as Content Manager at Sedex.
Laura now runs Corpaccounts as a consultancy and is studying toward a Masters in Human Rights at the University of Sussex.
In her spare time Laura enjoys yoga, dance classes, DJing and anything to do with dogs.
Dolores Modern | Ethical Supply Chain Specialist
Dolores has extensive experience on education management within Human Rights issues such as gender equality and public health promotion in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
She has a background in Political Science and a Masters in Human Rights from the University of Sussex, where her studies focused on slave labour and ethical trade. She is passionate about working towards reducing inequality and injustice in all its forms.
When she is not at work, she likes to spend her time reading, playing her ukulele, singing, and planning her next trip.
Anistasia James | Ethical Supply Chain Specialist
Anistasia has a strong background in public facing roles including coaching and supporting the career development of students at the University of Brighton.
Her dedication and passion towards individual empowerment combined with her commitment to Human Rights, both through the completion of a Masters course at the University of Sussex and an online certification provided by Amnesty International, lead her to become an asset to the Corpaccounts team and key expert within the ethical trade field.
Anistasia also spends time up-cycling clothes, reading, travelling, and is a very talented musician.
Aimee-Louise Nunan | Project Management
When she is not hard at work telling the Corpaccounts staff when and where they need to be, Aimee is a devout roller derby player and takes pride in the production of bespoke art pieces.Aimee has a very impressive past working in communications, logistics, production and analysis. Building upon her previous successes and utilising her keen eye to detail and pragmatic nature, Aimee is now events coordinator for St. John’s Ambulance and highly valued Project Manager for Corpaccounts.
Aimee has also dedicated her time to numerous activities providing care in the community and project managing large scale live events.
Aimee is the chief coordinator for all Corpaccounts activity and although she is more of a cat person, her and Laura rarely come to blows over the issue.
Daisy Brown | Administration
Daisy has a long running experience in internal training and development and has now chosen to focus on more client focused prospects.
Daisy manages the day to day activities at Corpaccounts and deals with ad-hoc requests, business development and provides a premium service in client care.
When she isn’t working at Corpaccounts, you’ll find her engulfed in yarn, glitter and glue guns, hand making a range of things from crochet slippers to huge floral crowns for an eclectic boutique in Brighton.
Daisy is relatively new to the world of ethical trade but with her penchant for providing excellent service she has been invaluable to the development of the company.
We have a dedicated team of solution focused experts who are friendly, approachable and looking to support you through your ethical trade related quandaries.
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