At Moonpig, we’re all about making it easy to get every occasion right with heartfelt cards, gifts and flowers. It’s our mission to help your favourite people feel especially loved. That’s why we care a lot about making it convenient to send kind words and thoughtful gifts.
We also care a lot about making sure we carry on business in the right way. We have a broad programme of activity underway in this area. We’re taking steps to eliminate plastic from the packaging that Moonpig uses for gifts and flowers; we’re committed to improving diversity and inclusion within our organisation; and we have a relentless focus on health and safety, cybersecurity and data protection.
Transparency in our Supply Chains
Modern slavery, including all forms of slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, is an abhorrent abuse of human rights.
Moonpig is committed to ensuring full respect for the human rights of anyone working for us in any capacity and we take a zero tolerance to modern slavery in our business operations and supply chains.
Moonpig publishes a Modern Slavery Statement each year. Our statement for the year ended 30 April 2019 can be accessed at the link below. Links to future years’ statements will also be added to this page.
Moonpig’s strategy is to create long-term, sustainable shareholder value by becoming a gifting companion to its customers. As part of this strategy, Moonpig is committed to complying with all applicable laws, regulations and stakeholder expectations in the jurisdictions where it is present.
Moonpig’s approach to managing its tax affairs is one of responsible compliance. The business strives to fully understand the tax laws and practices of the countries within which it operates; and it seeks to pay and report appropriate levels of taxes.
Each year, Moonpig intends to publish a Tax Strategy. These will represent the framework within which Moonpig conducts its tax affairs, setting out its commitment to comply with tax laws and to ensure an open relationship with tax authorities. Our first tax strategy will be published on or before 30 April 2020, and will be accessible through a link from this page.
Gender Pay Gap Reporting
Our business is all about personalisation. And nothing is more personal than being able to turn up to work as your authentic self, feeling valued for the unique contribution you bring
We strongly believe that building the diversity of our business and teams, as well as developing an inclusive culture that values and champions difference, will better enable us to achieve our ambition of becoming our customers’ gifting companion.
For us, diversity and inclusion is not a box ticking exercise, but something that will inspire the future of our business and contribute to creating an awesome place to work. Each year, Moonpig intends to publish a Gender Pay Gap Report. Our first such report will be for the position as at 5 April 2019, and once published it will be accessible through a link from this page.
In previous years, Moonpig was part of what was then Photobox Group. It was covered by Photobox Group’s reporting on Modern Slavery and Gender Pay Gap. These reports can be found at www.photobox.co.uk.