Our unlimited partnership approach and commitment to deep relationships extends beyond our clients and colleagues to our local and global communities.
The stated purpose of our firm is to find and deliver effective solutions which enable both our clients and our people to fulfil their potential and build their better worlds through clear and dynamic thinking. As a result, we think carefully about and actively manage our social, economic and environmental impact.
Our business plan for the next three years is built around transformation which requires KPIs that measure more than just financials and client service. These Environmental, I&D and CSR goals help keep us on track and the commitment to transform these areas is baked into our DNA as a result.
We recognise there is much work to do, but we’re up to the challenge. After all, we’re used to big ‘unlimited’ thinking.
A key step has been for us to engage with the inspiring group of volunteers at Third Planet Collective to support us on our journey to net zero. We will soon begin training sessions in collaboration with Third Planet Collective to help everyone at Fladgate identify ways to minimise their negative impact on the environment and be as planet-friendly as we possibly can.
Some of our actions helping to minimise our environmental impact:
We know how to both think big, and keep things brilliantly one to one. That’s why each year we choose a national and a local charity to support. Our chosen charities for 2021 include Macmillan and The Trussell Trust. Throughout the year, our internal philanthropy group organises and promotes fund raising activities internally and externally.
Recent examples of how we make a positive community impact:
We recognise there is much work to do, but we’re up to the challenge. After all, we’re used to big ‘unlimited’ thinking