Acoustic Anti-Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

Last updated: December 17, 2020.

This statement is made on behalf of Acoustic Marketing, U.K. Ltd. pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) and constitutes our Company’s slavery and human trafficking statement for financial year ended June 30, 2020.

Who We Are and How We Do Business

Acoustic, L.P. and its subsidiaries (“Acoustic”) is the largest independent marketing cloud and consistently recognized as a leader in the industry.  At Acoustic we run our business with honesty and integrity and encourage the highest of standards not only from our employees and business but also from our suppliers and channel partners. We do not tolerate any type of forced or compulsory labor, human trafficking, or slavery within our supply chain or operations. Acoustic is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its corporate activities.

Our Supply Chain

We are a SaaS company with a relatively small supply chain because our people, their expertise, and our intellectual property are our business. Although we engage with suppliers for a range of services such as office space and related services (cleaning, courier services, waste disposal and catering), employee wellness, events and corporate travel, the majority of our suppliers provide us with IT hardware, network services, and software. We also work with several sales partners who either operate as our sales agents or to whom we supply services for them to resell to their customers.

Relevant Policies

  • Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy: Acoustic’s Code of Business Conduct states the Company’s commitment to human rights and fair labor and its policy against slavery and human trafficking. A workflow is ongoing to assess any areas in our supply chain where there may be a risk of modern slavery and/or human trafficking.
  • Compliance Reporting Policy: The Company encourages its employees, customers, and other business partners to report any concerns related to the direct activities or the supply chains of the organization.
  • Employee Code of Conduct: Acoustic’s Code of Business Conduct is the compass by which directors, officers, employees, and contractors of Acoustic are always expected to conduct themselves. All Company business is to be conducted with the highest standard of integrity and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. This Code applies to the Company and all its subsidiaries worldwide.

Minimizing Risk

At Acoustic we evaluate suppliers on risk depending on the type of product or service being supplied and the country where the service is performed, or the product is made. Where a supplier is deemed to be “high risk”, Acoustic will require evidence from the supplier that they have written policies and effective procedures in place to control the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking down their own supply chain. Any supplier considered to be “at risk” will be notified and given an opportunity to address the risks before Acoustic looks at using an alternative supplier.


The prevention, detection, and reporting of modern slavery in any part of our business or supply chain is the responsibility of all of those working for us. If employees have any concern or suspicion that modern slavery or human trafficking is taking place in any part of our business or supply chain, they are urged to report such concerns pursuant to our internal published reporting mechanisms.

Board Approval

This statement has been approved by the organization’s Board of Directors who will review and update it annually.

The Board of Directors approved this Statement on December 16, 2020.

Dennis Self, CEO, December 17, 2020.