Words by Abi Scaife
From raising money for charity to helping the environment, these three businesses are making a difference in the world they live in in a number of unique ways.
Embridge Consulting is aiming to raise £15,000 for Young Epilepsy for Purple Day which is on 26th March. Their whole team are aiming to walk, run, roll, or push 26 miles over the course of 26 days with the help of their family and friends, all to raise funds for Young Epilepsy.
So far, Embridge Consulting has raised over £12,000 for Young Epilepsy - and if you want to help out, you can donate on their JustGiving page.
Bunji Printing is a printing company which has recently become FSC accredited. This is quite rare - but FSC accreditation confirms that forests are being managed in a way that preserves biological diversity and benefits the lives of local people and workers while ensuring it sustains economic viability.
Only 5% of the world’s forests are protected by FSC certification - but companies that work with these forests and receive an FSC accreditation can be managed to ensure that their use of our earth’s precious resources is sustainable.
Bunji is now encouraging other printing companies to make the move to receive their accreditation - to make the printing business more sustainable, and better for our planet.
Set up by Lisa Baskott, 2nd Line of Defence is the UK’s first female-focused recruitment agency for the private security sector. The goal of 2nd Line of Defence is to recruit more women into front-line security roles to make nighttime life safer for girls and women living in the UK.
Currently, only 10% of door staff security are women - the aim of 2nd Line of Defence is to make women more visible on the doors of venues and ultimately change the perception of what it takes to be a door supervisor. Plus, they are really keen to get more women to sign up - so if you’re interested, take a look at their website.