Social Impact and ESG

Delivering social impact
to support a better world
for our communities

Dedicated to making a difference through four core priorities:
planet, people, community and partners.

At Datagraphic, our social impact strategy is more than a plan; it is a roadmap informing responsible decisions and actions we take across our organisation.

Our social impact pledge promises to lead with integrity, innovate, and leave the world better than we found it. We do this in parallel with our four strategic Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) pillars: Planet, People, Communities and Partners.

Our strategy is guided by a value and a principles-based approach. We go above and beyond to meet fundamental human rights and labour standards, protect the environment, and ensure we fulfil anti-corruption responsibilities. We enact the same values and principles wherever we have a presence and know that good practices in one area do not lessen harm in another.

Our Social Impact strategy

We have defined a collaborative approach to creating a better
that meets the needs of our core stakeholders.

In doing so, we’re making strategic decisions on how to
deliver and measure social value against our four core priorities.

Our strategy defines our current position, priorities, and success measures, all aligned to globally recognised initiatives and standards.


social impact pillars
Social impact for our people


We are proud to have an inclusive and diverse workforce, creating valuable jobs and supporting our teams to achieve their career ambitions.

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Social impact for our planet


Datagraphic is the only company in our sector with net-zero targets approved and validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

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Social impact with our partners


We work with our supply chain to encourage innovation, ethical procurement and sustainable supply chain management.

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Social impact with our community


Whether to clients or our local communities, we're committed to developing economic, social and environmental causes.

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