Hey Girls has been recognised as one of the top 100 corporate-ready social enterprises globally.
The list is the result of research shared in a new report Corporate-Ready: How Corporations and Social Enterprises Do Business Together to Drive Impact, led by Acumen and supported by IKEA Social Entrepreneurship, and developed in collaboration with members of the World Economic Forum’s COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs.
Celia Hodson, CEO & Founder said: “Since we started in 2018, we have worked with hundreds of businesses. Not only do we supply companies with our sustainable and award-winning period products to give out free of charge to staff, we also offer period education to help drive period equality in the workplace.
“To be recognised as a leading global business by top organisations including IKEA and Acumen is a huge coup for our social enterprise. Our team works extremely hard on our processes, the quality of our products and our supply chain to ensure we can meet and exceed delivery to our corporate partners.”
Hey Girls works with a range of corporate businesses including Willmott Dixon Interiors, Raytheon, Babcock International, Wates, Aesop, The Scottish Football Association and Skyscanner, to name but a few.
The Top 100 list demonstrate the transformational impact and value that is created when social enterprises and corporations do business together. The list is set to inspire the next generation of international business leaders to consider how their supply chains could create more social impact.
As well as being recognised in the top 100 list of corporate-ready social enterprises, Hey Girls recently announced international expansion, after launching its eco-friendly period products in Australia.