Supporting and raising awareness on gender empowerment and equality is at the core of our DNA and our #GANNIGirls community.
We donate portions of our profits to female focused causes we believe in to help level the playing field.
We’ve taken part in GGWCUP since 2014 - a women’s activist soccer tournament that incorporates the UN 17 Global Goals.
Since 2016, we’ve worked on the Clean Cooking Alliance in Nepal and Ghana. A project that seeks to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the environment by creating clean and efficient household cooking solutions.
The wellbeing of our teams in our Copenhagen, London and New York offices is super important to us and the way we do things. The culture we create helps push us to do our best.
We regularly ask our employees to share feedback so we can improve. Some example initiatives we’ve introduced as a result are:
- 20 sustainability ambassadors across each office who meet up each month and share monthly newsletters with every team
- We encourage employees to strike for the climate emergency because we believe it's important
- Hosting regular employee swap shops
- Partaking in activities like Plastic Free July and community projects.
- Our lunch is 90% vegetarian and organic and we grow oyster mushrooms from our used coffee grounds. It sounds pretty trippy but you can read more about it at Beyond Coffee.
In 2017, we committed to the UN Global Compact, a framework that states ten principles centred on human rights, to give us greater visibility on our responsibilities.
Our code of conduct has been in place since 2017. It’s reviewed and signed by all partners and suppliers annually. We meet up with our suppliers regularly and have started up responsibility projects with them.GO BACK TO OVERVIEW