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  • Sell more, Gain More, Give more

    Helping you... Sell more, Gain more, Give More.

  • Sell More...Sales grew 400% by associating my product with a good cause

    Paul Martin, MD Harrogate Spa (Thirsty Planet)

  • Ethical Goods create commercial partnerships between companies and charities to

  • The ethical market is presently only 5% of the 275bn total UK consumer expenditure on household retail products 40% of the non-food categories lack an ethical alternative

    Over 83% of the consumer population* would pay 10p or more on a 2 product (5%) in the knowledge that the product was both ethical and giving back to charitable projects* EG focus group tested 2,000 UK consumers from a range of social demographics Sell More...

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  • Give 1 per unit to charity and yet improve our margin truly win win!

    Sam Turner, Ops Director, JutexpoGive More...

  • Gain More...My staff dont just sell water coolers.... ...They make the world a better place!

    Paul Searle, MD, Aquaid

  • duncan.parker@ethical-goods.com0845 6436412Sell MoreGive MoreGain More

    Retention and GrowthDifferentiateConsumers are influenced by cause related marketing. It can break them from existing spending patterns and make them sticky customers once won = increase revenue.

    ***Retention and Growthdifferentiate*Many product/services arent that exciting, but staff can be inspired through the charity link. Ethical Goods works in companies with staff to show how doing their job, changes the lives of people the charity helps. Inspired staff are happier and work harder = lower staff turnover, greater output and recruitment potential, better margins and discretionary effort.*