Corporate Social Responsibility
Since the start of Odesma we have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to operating as a socially responsible business.
We recognise the role we can play in helping build a happier and healthier community through our every day business practice.
Odesma volunteers at Wilmslow High School for example conducting mock interviews for the students to help prepare them for the workplace. In addition, we provide mentoring services to Langdale Primary School to both the Headteacher and the pupils to assist with their procurement. Odesma provides work experience places for students within the office environment.
All staff members have access to a full range of professional development courses. In addition, Odesma are active members of professional development groups including the Institute of Directors, Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply and local Chamber of Commerce
Odesma are determined to protect the environment by recycling in our offices and in everyday working practices. In addition, Odesma staff are encouraged to only travel when necessary in order to have the best possible impact on the environment.
Our target for recycling is to recycle 80% of all our waste in our office.
Our Ethical practices
Odesma are an active member of the Management Consultancy Association (MCA) and adhere to their strict consulting excellence program, including conducting business in an ethical manner and fostering an ethical culture. In addition, Odesma are members of the Chartered institute of Procurement and Supply Chain and also adhere to their best practice guidelines.
Within the market place Odesma source local suppliers and local products to support the community.
95% of everything Odesma source is from the UK.
To show our support for local causes Odesma have sponsored the 110km bike ride to raise £110k for Warrington youth club, the Wilmslow High School netball team, and local Wilmslow Wolves rugby team. In addition, Odesma have sponsored professional Triathlete Harry Wiltshire and we have sponsored the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Rehabilitation Garden at Plymouth University Hospital.