This policy includes Tradedoubler’ s commitment to tackle modern slavery by making sure that human trafficking and slavery is not a part of our supply chain in accordance with the modern slavery act 2015.
We are a leading international digital marketing company; we offer performance marketing and technology solutions. Our network consists of advertisers and publishers. We have multiples subcompanies in Europe that report to our parent company based in Stockholm. Our employees are our biggest asset, we own and build our products internally.
The company fully expect and encourage the workforce to use ethical and lawful practice and do not allow practice of any form that constitutes human trafficking or slavery in any part of the business.
The publishers in our network are a crucial part our business. We require both our publishers and suppliers to have the same ethical business commitment as us.
We expect our partners and suppliers to follow the labour law and working hours act in each specific country, we do not tolerate any slave or illegal labour. Our partners and suppliers should upon request validate their compliance with this policy. The company will on a regular basis conduct a verification of the policy.
The company’s senior management are responsible for ensuring the compliance of this policy both internally and externally. The company’s workforce is encouraged to report any concerned deviations of this policy.
For more detailed information on The company’s ethical conduct see the code of conduct.