Modern Slavery Statement

Last Updated: June 2024

Knowledgeful Limited (the “Company”) Modern Slavery Statement

This statement sets out the Company’s actions aimed at taking measures to prevent slavery or human trafficking in its business and supply chain. The Company is committed to improving its practices to combat slavery and human trafficking. This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) and constitutes the Company’s slavery and human trafficking statement in relation to its actions and activities during the financial year 1 January 2023 to 31 December 2024.

Organisational structure and business

The Company is a small business marketing and consultancy company that transforms businesses for the digital age.

Our Supply Chains

The Company’s supply chains include a registered office, all other employees are directors within the company and therefore not at risk. We are based in the UK and our supply chain is low-risk and non-complex in structure.

Our policies on slavery and human trafficking

Our position on slavery and human trafficking is clear as we have current policies, processes and practices in place to prevent this within our business operations. We continuously look at ways to enhance these processes and we currently undertake the following measures:

Our Purchase Order Terms and Conditions require our suppliers and vendors to comply with all applicable law.

Risk Assessment and Due Diligence

We currently do not have any suppliers however we ask any new suppliers to complete a self-assessment questionnaire detailing any action, procedures, policies and practices carried out by their organisation to prevent slavery and human trafficking. Suppliers must agree to adhere to the Code, a copy of which is attached to the questionnaire, and they are also required to annually certify a declaration form confirming understanding and compliance with the Code and the Act.

High-risk suppliers will get a more detailed review of their questionnaires to identify areas of concern that may conflict with our Code or the Act, better understand the risk, provide feedback and agree steps to put in place to improve their processes. High-risk suppliers that will receive special attention include companies that operate using temporary low skilled workers, operate outside the UK or EEA and/or manufacture or trade in raw materials outside the UK or EEA.

We will continually assess our compliance with the Act through the mechanisms of an annual audit.

Further Steps

We will periodically review the effectiveness of our processes and systems and any changes will be reflected in future annual statements.

This statement has been approved by the board of directors of the Company.