Corporate and Social Responsibility Statement
Briefing Media’s mission is to support all market participants – be they agronomists, precision farmers, agrochemical companies, supermarkets, commodity traders or animal nutrition specialists – and help them apply cross-sector insights to make better-informed business decisions.
Briefing Media’s trusted brands deliver premium news; analysis; data; pricing; insight and market intelligence across a range of magazines; trading platforms; data portals; pricing services; conferences; exhibitions and awards.
Briefing Media Limited operates as the parent company for a range of well-known media brands including the Feedinfo News Service; CropTec Show; Farmers Guardian; Agrimoney; LAMMA; LammaXChange; Insightful Communications; FlexNews; Arable Farming; the British Farming Awards and Dairy Farmer. Briefing Media is backed by the leading mid-market private equity house Lyceum Capital Partners.
Briefing Media will, wherever possible, behave as good corporate citizens. We will not deal with any suppliers who knowingly infringe the Modern Slavery Act and aim to select partners who can clearly demonstrate ethical practices in terms of their workforce and the environment.
Workplace, Marketplace, Community and Environment
Briefing Media’s internal code of conduct includes an Anti-Bribery Policy, Anti-Harassment and Bullying Policy, Diversity Statement, Equal Opportunities Policy, and Health & Safety Statement and Policy all to ensure compliance with current UK legislation.
Briefing Media promotes a culture of transparency and collaborative working, where everyone is encouraged to contribute to the success of the business and the qualities we admire in our teams are curiosity, endeavour, collaboration, openness, experimentation and creative thinking.
Staff are encouraged to engage with their local community as well as national campaigns to raise awareness and money for selected charities to promote employee engagement.
Briefing Media is committed to recycling office waste, such as paper, cardboard, ink toners, and electrical equipment.