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2021 People, Purpose & Planet Report

Hello and welcome to our inaugural 2021 People, Purpose & Planet report

We are Verity London, a purpose-driven strategic communications agency. We empower competitive brands to drive meaningful change, create positive impact and build sustainable growth.

We do this by uncovering, developing and communicating brand social purpose. Like us, our clients have a genuine desire to grow purposefully. They aim to – or have – an authentic, aspirational reason for existing beyond profit, which is embedded within the heart of their organisation.

Last year, our work helped brands define, tackle and highlight multiple purpose-led activity and issues. From employee mental health and wellbeing to childhood happiness, from disability and inclusion to equal opportunities and female empowerment.

Life has been turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s led to many of us re-evaluating our priorities. Global movements around racial justice and climate change have captured the attention of the world. It has never been more important for businesses to have an authentic voice, and do what they can to contribute to tangible, positive societal change.

We’re proudly female-owned and female-led. We believe that business can and should be a force for good. We know that having meaning behind what we do drives people to achieve incredible things. We build enduring client relationships as a trusted partner – standing out for our passion, fair play, honesty and transparency. We have an A-team of staff, and everyone is valued for their contribution and skill set.

Verity London has a long heritage in developing purposeful strategy and producing social impact campaigns and communications. This year is our 15th anniversary, and we’re excited to publish our inaugural People, Purpose & Planet report, to present our purpose and pledges, our belief in business with integrity, and share some of our proudest achievements – so far!

We hope you enjoy it.

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