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Modern Slavery Statement
London Camera Exchange is one of the UK’s leading retailers of photographic equipment and ancillary products. The group has its Head Office in Winchester with a further 28 retail outlets across the UK. The business was founded in the 1950s and continues to be family owned.
Areas of Risk
All of our retail outlets are in the UK, directly operated by the Company and are regularly visited by senior management. We believe this to be a lower risk area than our supply chain.
Many of our key suppliers are large International Companies and we have built strong relationships with them over many years which enables us to be confident of their integrity in all their working practices. We will strive to maintain these relationships and ensure that slavery in any form does not exist in our business or supply chain.
We will be undertaking a review to further understand the risk of Modern Slavery across the breadth of our business focusing in particular on our smaller suppliers and contractors.
We will ensure that all Managers who are involved in recruiting new staff and sourcing suppliers will receive appropriate training to ensure they are aware of and understand the hidden nature of modern slavery.
We have produced a Corporate Social Responsibility Statement to further explain and expand on our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings.
We will continue to review and update our internal policies to ensure that our Social Responsibility ethos is at their core.
This Modern Slavery Statement was approved and authorised by the Board of Directors and was signed on its behalf by Nick Richens, Managing Director in February 2019.