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Code Enigma Ltd has joined the Good Business Charter!

We are pleased to announce that we have signed up for the Good Business Charter (GBC), an accreditation that aims to raise the bar on business practices for employees, tax, the environment, customers, and suppliers.

We're honoured to be the among the first web agencies to join the GBC. It has never been more critical for businesses to regain trust and demonstrate that they care about more than just their bottom line.

The Good Business Charter is a simple online self-certification process that is open to all companies, charities, and public sector organisations in all industries and sectors. The Good Business Charter provides a simple accreditation that recognises organisations that prioritise and care for their employees, the environment, customers, and suppliers, while also paying their taxes in accordance with the spirit of the law, at a time when people are caring more about who they work for and who they buy from. The GBC and its members hope to inspire a lot of other companies to do the same.

The CBI and the TUC, both of which have trustee representation on the board of the Good Business Charter, have endorsed it. The Living Wage Foundation and the Prompt Payment Code are two other GBC partners that Code Enigma also belong to. The GBC was founded by the Good Business Foundation, a non-profit organisation, and the first year of accreditation will be free for all businesses.

"We understand that our company's profitable development is contingent on many things, including the economic, environmental, and social conditions in which we operate. And we understand that contributing to the long-term viability of the communities we serve is in our best interests.

Corporate social responsibility is about more than simply managing, minimising, and avoiding risk; it's also about creating opportunities, improving performance, earning money, and avoiding dangers."

Code Enigma Director, Greg Harvey

"The Good Business Charter brings together ten standards, the majority of which already exist, but in separate places. We've combined them to create a unified overall position for businesses to strive for. We believe the GBC has enormous potential to positively impact business practices. We expect it to gain traction quickly due to its simplicity and cost-effectiveness."

Chairman of the GBC board, Simon Fox

Information for the press:
For the Charter of Good Business:

Jennifer Herrera, CEO, can be reached at

07703 453826