Last updated 14th November 2017.
This statement is made in accordance with section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes AVMI’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 30th June 2017.
AVMI is a systems integrator and managed service provider within the Audio Visual/Video Conferencing sector employing approximately 400 people worldwide with a turnover in the 2016/17 financial year of £53.5m.
The nature of our business requires that we work in conjunction with a range of suppliers such as distributors and original equipment manufacturers sourcing products from leading companies with a proven and established track record in the supply to the audio visual sector.
AVMI is committed to conducting business ethically and to ensuring that there is no modern slavery and human trafficking taking place within its business and supply chain by placing the same expectation on our suppliers through integrating this in our Terms and Conditions.
The following policies exist within our organisation which demonstrate our opposition to modern slavery and human trafficking:
During the last financial year we have taken, and are continuing to take, the following steps to address the issue of modern slavery:
AVMI will continue to review its policies and procedures in order to prevent slavery and human trafficking from occurring in our business and supply chains.
This statement is approved by the Board of AVM Impact Ltd, see the signed PDF here.