Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Last Updated: August 2023


This document is issued in compliance with Section 54(1) of the UK’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015, setting forth the steps that Echo Eighty Limited has taken to mitigate the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking within its business activities and supply chain.

Introductory Remarks

Echo Eighty Limited remains steadfast in its resolve to eliminate any forms of modern slavery and human trafficking from our business operations. As a frontrunner in the digital marketing sector, particularly serving defence and security clients, we place great importance on ensuring that our business partners and collaborators adhere to the Modern Slavery Act as a minimum standard.

Ethical and Professional Codes

Echo Eighty Limited is committed to upholding the highest levels of ethical conduct and professional integrity. In doing so, we rigorously ensure compliance with relevant governmental regulations and legislative requirements.

Scope of Business and Workforce Structure

Operating globally, Echo Eighty Limited offers premier services to a diverse range of industries. Our professional team, headquartered in Portsmouth, United Kingdom, and strategically distributed in various other locations, embraces the core values and principles that guide our work.

Compliance with the Modern Slavery Act of 2015

We stand firmly by the provisions and ethical imperatives of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We foster a respectful and discrimination-free workplace and have established a secure whistleblowing mechanism. This facilitates an environment where our team members can report any malpractice without fear of repercussions.

Our recruitment is meticulous, aimed at verifying that all our staff have the legitimate right to work in their corresponding regions. We expressly disassociate ourselves from any organisation either involved in or supporting the abhorrent practices of slavery, forced labour, or human trafficking.

Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Guidelines

Our Anti-slavery policy is readily available to all staff members, reinforcing our unwavering commitment to implementing effective strategies and protocols for preventing human trafficking and slavery from affecting any facet of our business. We pledge to maintain transparency and integrity across all of our business relationships.

Based on our business model and the areas in which we operate, we deem the risk of encountering modern slavery in our operations and supply chain to be minimal.

Statement of Commitment

This statement will be in force from August 2023 until July 2024 and aligns with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. With my endorsement as Managing Director, this document serves as an attestation of Echo Eighty Limited’s utmost dedication to eradicating modern slavery and human trafficking.

Timothy Ryan
Managing Director
Echo Eighty Limited
August 2023