BROWZ Joins UN Global Compact

BROWZ announced today that it has joined the United Nations (UN) Global Compact. Established in 2000, the UN Global Compact is the world’s largest voluntary corporate citizenship initiative with more than 10,000 participating corporations across 145 countries. 

As a participating member, BROWZ has committed to continue to align its business operations with the ten principles of the UN Global Compact. These include: human rights, labor, prevention of underage working, environmental awareness, and transparency in business practice. 

“As we continue to experience rapid global expansion, whether supporting our clients domestically or internationally, applying the international standards outlined in the UN Global Compact signifies our commitment to both global business and our clients in the ongoing support of their supply chains,” says Mark Bryant, Director of International Business Development for BROWZ. “BROWZ provides a collaborative approach to supply chain management and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) while integrating our audit programmes with our clients’ existing business practices. Adhering to these principles creates better workplace conditions around the world." 

“BROWZ has always recognized the important principles of corporate responsibility, both within our own business operations and in support of our clients in their efforts to maintain high standards across their supply chains,” says Elaine Beitler, CEO of BROWZ. “Over the last year we’ve increased our international operations substantially, and joining the UN Global Compact reflects our commitment to the global community and our resolve to support improved business practices around the world.

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