Ethical Trading

 We work with creatives that resource products from the UK and abroad to bring their designs to life.

We want to ensure trade is done ethically and within the values of Something a bit Different Ltd

What does ethical trade mean?

Ethical trade means that retailers, brands and their suppliers take responsibility for improving the working conditions of the people who make the products they sell.

Most of these workers are employed by supplier companies around the world,

many of them based in poor countries where laws designed to protect workers’ rights are inadequate or not enforced.

We adopt a code of practice and quality manage all products that are sold on our website,

ensuring the suppliers are trade assured and have the relevant certificates and documents we require.

Modern Slavery Act

The Modern Slavery Act refers to slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking. Something a bit Different Ltd has a zero tolerance policy and all relevant checks are done prior to working with businesses. We not only have systems in place but we are here to help resource products from traders who provide good working conditions and value their workers. 

Please note whilst there are companies who are corrupt, the majority are ethical traders providing jobs to poor communities.