Doing things well and doing things right.

At Unipromo, offering sustainable promotional products isn’t a company mission to do social good – it’s a business imperative.

We’re committed to ethical sourcing and sustainability, and will only do business with those singing from the same song sheet. That’s why we vet all suppliers to ensure they source responsibly and invest in sustainable practices. Our promise to you? The products that bear your name don’t come with a chequered past, rather one bursting with things done right.

The importance of sustainable products.

Millenials and Gen-Z are moving away from brands that don’t reflect their personal values – and at the top of that value list is protecting the environment. Our wide range of eco-friendly, sustainable products means you’ll always have an eco-choice. The result? Happy environment, happy students. It’s a win-win.

Hard-hitting FAQs about eco-products. We're moving toward a greener future.

The study revealed that the majority of Australian consumers are either highly or somewhat willing to pay more for products that are environmentally-friendly or sustainable (62%), contain organic or all-natural ingredients (59%) or carry social responsibility claims (55%).

In Australia, environmental issues are a major concern to 77% of households.

Source: Nielsen Changing Consumer Prosperity study – 2019

Modern Slavery Policies.

At Unipromo, we believe we must not only meet the expectations of our customers and consumers, but we must also exceed those expectations. We have adopted standards for the safety, quality and integrity of our products and processes and we are committed to respecting the rights of all individuals. We are dedicated to complying with all applicable regulations and laws and conducting business in an ethical and responsible manner.

We meet with our suppliers on a regular basis, typically 2-3 times per year and have had numerous discussions on ensuring they are complying with Ethical Sourcing and Modern Slavery policies. We require updated information from all key suppliers and keep a library of these on file as these documents are regularly used for our major client submissions and Tender responses. Members of our senior management team have also visited some of the factories in China to inspect manufacturing processing and to assess any modern slavery risks.