About us:

Our mission is to help businesses around the globe do the right thing by their customers and the world. We believe this is not only how to guarantee a future for all, but makes good business sense. We serve CSR, compliance, risk and governance communities with topical and insightful business intelligence and meeting places.

We provide business intelligence to more than 3,000 multinational companies every year. Our customers are also NGOs, think-tanks, academia, governments and consultancies. We publish the leading responsible business magazine, website, and research reports. Our conferences are widely recognised as the best in the field. We're a part of FC Business Intelligence Ltd, an independently owned company based in London. 

Brand values:

Our values are what we hold dear. They help form our beliefs, culture and are what guide our thoughts, interactions and goals.

We excel in all we do - We aim to deliver the best in all that we do. We are focussed on meeting the needs
and expectations of our customers.

We’re passionate - We are determined to make responsible and sustainable business the norm. We want a more ethical world and believe it requires all organisations and corporations working together to one common goal.

We act with integrity - We pride ourselves on building and fostering relationships with partners that share our vision. Our relationships are built on trust and honesty.

Our products:

Our digital magazine and website - Our digital magazine is published twelve times a year. We love it. There's over 70 pages every issue. That's 800+ pages a year of independent, critically constructive analysis of global corporate responsibility and ethical issues. All the articles are on this website, on the homepage and in the archive. We publish independent business journalism and commentary that you can't get anywhere else. We also publish almost daily on Ethicalcorp.com

Our conferences - Our flagship conference is called the Responsible Business Summit. We host it during the first week of May each year in London and we’ve expanded it to North America and Asia. Our other conferences are all very focused on key corporate responsibility management issues. These include reporting, supply chains, heavy industry and other issue or sector based area.

The conferences are about two things: Strategy, and Management. We usually discuss strategy on the first morning, and then spend a day and a half on management of difficult CR issues. We use corporate case studies and select only the best companies as speakers. All of our conference agendas are rooted in in-depth research undertaken in cooperation with our corporate customers and other key stakeholders. Click here for more event information.

Our research, debate, workshop and other products - Every year, Ethical Corporation produces a number of independent research reports which we then sell on to our customers. These reports are always about how strategy is being implemented by leading companies in the sector.

Recent reports have included water use reduction, socio-economic impact assessments and how companies embed corporate responsibility into business operations. We are working hard to produce even more. We also have a variety of other products available for corporate customers and service providers to industry.

Promotion possibilities - Ethical Corporation has an engaged community of over 100,000 business professionals, NGOs, academics and governments. We offer the ability for companies to promote their corporate responsibility and sustainability reports through our dedicated CR Reporting Showcase channel

We also offer the ability for companies to share their activities through dedicated communication channels. These include: only webinar debates with leading experts, supported editorial articles and in-depth features. We work with leading companies such as PepsiCo, Cargill Truvia and Microsoft to offer corporate supported analysis of a particular issue. We ensure distribution to tens of thousands of readers and opinion formers around the world, from our database. More information can be found here

For prices and availability contact Aaron Jackson on +44 (0)207 375 7244 or send an email to subs@ethicalcorp.com for more information.

Contact us:

The EC Team can be contacted via email or telephone on +44 (0)20 7375 1400.

Greg Cohen

Job Role: Marketing Manager

Favorite Film: Midnight in Paris

Favorite Album: By the Way - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Favorite Meal: Lamb Bhuna with Garlic Naan

Random Fact About You: I’ve toured 500 miles of Europe by bike

Mario Kart Character and Why: Luigi – tall and wears a green hat

+44 (0) 20 7375 7518


Ed Long

Job Role: Business Development Executive

Favorite Film: Lord of the Rings

Favorite Album: Current favourite is Jungle by Jungle

Favorite Meal: Can’t go wrong with a curry!

Random Fact About You: Qualified squash coach

Mario Kart Character and Why: Donkey Kong – Power.

+44 (0) 20 7375 7188


Zara Maung

Job Role: Editor

Favorite Film: Amores perros

Favorite Album: Djavan - Aria ao vivo

Favorite Meal: Moqueca

Random Fact About You: I'm also a climbing instructor

Mario Kart Character and Why: Princess Zelda - elfish streak and magical powers (Zara is obviously a keen Mario Kart player…)

+44 (0) 20 7375 7561


Elina Yumasheva

Job Role: Head of Brand & Asia

Favorite Film: I think books are more interesting

Favorite Album: Classical music

Favorite Meal: Anything, as long as organic and responsibly sourced

Random Fact About You: I'm Tatar

Mario Kart Character and Why: Didn’t play video games

Megan Sullivan

Job Role: Project Director

Favorite Film: Requiem for a Dream

Favorite Album: Brothers (The Black Keys)

Favorite Meal: Paella

Random Fact About You: At the age of 9 I wrote a letter to HSBC expressing my disgust at their involvement in the animal testing at Huntingdon Life Sciences, I wrote the letter with a fountain pen in red ink and splattered the ink all over it to look like blood.

Mario Kart Character and Why: Birdo because she’s Yoshi’s Lady and is just too cool

+44 (0) 20 7375 7537


Giles Constantine

Job Role: Reports Producer

Favorite Film: Lion King

Favorite Album: War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream

Favorite Meal: Cheese Toastie(s)

Random Fact About You: As a five-year-old I was tricked into thinking I had the power to lay Crème Eggs by clucking like a chicken. Video evidence available on request…

Mario Kart Character and Why: Yoshi. One of my friends at school was called Yoshi…

Steve Wade

Job Role: Global Project Director

Favorite Film: B̶r̶i̶d̶g̶e̶t̶ ̶J̶o̶n̶e̶s̶ ̶D̶i̶a̶r̶y̶ Transformers

Favorite Album: Now 38

Favorite Meal: Steak

Random Fact About You: I used to Coach The Malaysian Women’s Rugby Team

Mario Kart Character and Why: Donkey Kong, because we have an uncanny resemblance

+44 (0) 20 7422 4361


Harshi Joshi

Job Role: Key Account Manager

Favorite Film: Don’t really watch films, mainly in to books

Favorite Album: What's the story morning glory

Favorite Meal: Anything Indian

Random Fact About You: I once zip wired from Spain to Portugal

Mario Kart Character and Why: Mario because he likes to collect gold coins

+44 (0) 20 7375 7235


Liam Dowd

Job Role: Managing Director

Favorite Film: Usual Suspects

Favorite Album: Wu Tang Clan – Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)

Favorite Meal: My mum’s Sunday Roast with crispy potatoes and gravy-filled Yorkshire puds

Random Fact About You: I was featured in a book covering the top 100 UK street artists A-Z

Mario Kart Character and Why: Toad. On the N64, he had the speed and handling to beat all challengers on any course. The gauntlet has been laid…

Krina Amin

Job Role: Head of Strategy Europe

Favorite Film: Mrs Doubtfire

Favorite Album: The xx’s ‘coexist’ and first album

Favorite Meal: Dim sum

Random Fact About You: I had an exhibition of figurative oil paintings at the OXO Tower last year (I’m a closet artist)

Mario Kart Character and Why: The cute mushroom one. Because it’s cute

+44 (0) 20 7375 7508