Shell Foundation and Marks & Spencer: Scalable Business Models for Fair Trade Supply Chains

Business Fights Poverty

A new report was launched today that tells the story of the Shell Foundation – Marks & Spencer Partnership and concludes that in order to bridge the gap between major retailers and developing world producers a new kind of business is required, called an ‘ethical agent’.

The report is also featured in a two page article in Retail Week.

The report is downloadable at:… and hard copies can be requested from jo*********@sh***.com.

The Retail Week article is available at:

For more information, speak to Simon Bishop from Shell Foundation and a member of Business Fights Poverty.

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