Corporate Responsibility

Our Not-So-Corporate Responsibility.

We believe corporations not only have the responsibility to put more good into this world but the opportunity to do so. However, many of them don’t.

We feel it’s our purpose to do our bit!

While we are a corporation, we don’t feel we fit the stereotypical mould of the corporate way. So, here’s our not-so-corporate responsibility act – how we give back and plan to create a better future with our resources and impact.

Creating More Jobs

The world not only needs more jobs, but it needs good jobs. That’s why at Blue Piranha, we’re all about dismantling the traditional “toxic” work environment and creating a place of growth, opportunity, and balance for our team.

Sponsorship and Charity Work

Making a difference in the world starts with your community. That’s why we make it our goal to participate in and contribute to organisations both in our local community of Southampton and across the UK every chance we get.

Good Business Charter

Blue Piranha are members of the Good Business Charter. To earn this badge, businesses must provide and promote:

  • Sustainable, on-time wages
  • Fair working hours
  • Positive employee well-being
  • A representative, diverse and inclusive environment
  • Eco-friendly efforts
  • Fair taxes
  • Dedicated customer service
  • Ethical standards

Sustainable Business

One of the biggest problems with corporations is wasting unnecessary, valuable resources. This is why we take steps to create a sustainable environment by:

  • Using one of the greenest delivery services in the UK (who are aiming to be the greenest by 2025 with an all-electric fleet).
  • Reusing boxes from our suppliers (over 80% of the boxes we dispatched in 2021 were reused supplier boxes!).
  • Recycling and using paperless systems.
  • Subscribing to CycleScheme, allowing employees to cycle to work.
  • Turning off unnecessary energy.
  • Launching a uniform recycling effort.

Brand Sustainability

We confirm the credentials of every brand that we work with.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

As of the last few years, $127 billion worth of clothing was produced by modern slave labour.

This is unacceptable.

We have a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking and are committed to changing these statistics.

You can see our full modern slavery and Human Trafficking Statement here.

Join Us in Our Efforts

To truly wear a uniform proudly, you must be proud of how it was made. Join us in the fight for sustainability. Reach out to us today with any questions you have, and we’ll be more than happy to answer.