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Fenton achieves B corp status

Launched in 2015, the aim of the B corp movement is for profitable companies to use their growth to positively impact their employees, communities, and the environment

Fenton, the direct-to-consumer jewellery brand, has become the third UK jewellery brand to achieve certified B corporation status.

To reach the level of recognition, a firm must meet specific high standards regarding verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability.

Launched in 2015, the aim of the B corp movement is for profitable companies to use their growth to positively impact their employees, communities and the environment.

Fenton said that it was awarded the status through its use of ethical sourcing, recycled materials, no-waste production, and equal job opportunities.

Laura Lambert, founder of the brand, said: “We are so honoured to now be one of the 450+ amazing companies operating as a certified B corp in the UK. 

“Building a business that is able to balance its profits with the greater good, has been at the core of what we do at Fenton since day one.”

She added: “The B corp certification is now able to make official the amazing work the entire team contributes to bringing radical transparency to the jewellery industry. We couldn’t be prouder.”

Founded in 2018, Fenton joins the already 3,800 global B corporations, stretched across 150 industries in 74 countries.

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