Pentland reveals new strategic approach to corporate responsibility alongside commitment to supply chain transparency
Berghaus is continuing to reduce the environmental and social impact of product manufacture and other business activities. Throughout 2017, the UK’s leading performance outdoor brand is introducing new styles that sit under the MADEKIND™ banner, as well as improving sustainability in the supply chain, and providing transparency on the factories it uses around the world.
Pentland works with NGOs to create community stitching cooperatives in Jalandhar, India
Last week, Amy Benstead from Lancaster University’s Pentland Centre joined the corporate responsibility team at Pentland. Amy brings a mix of academic and industry experience and will be helping us develop a suite of anti-modern slavery tools.
Our new Corporate Responsibility Review shares our progress in 2015 across our four focus areas – product sustainability, ethical trade, operations and charity & community.
The winner of the Pentland Winston Churchill Design Competition is announced
Pentland Group partners with Lancaster University to launch the Pentland Centre
Pentland announce new academic sponsorship of scholar from the Global South