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Sustainability & community support

At Intralink, we are dedicated to supporting our local communities, embracing sustainability and promoting a healthy, diverse and prejudice-free corporate culture.

In addition, a core focus of our work is helping western greentech companies to expand in Asia, and Asian corporates to accelerate their green transition through adopting the most effective technologies. We believe that cross-border collaboration like this is essential to creating a more prosperous and sustainable society.

Sustainability & community support

We're committed to decarbonisation

While not widely considered mass polluters, companies in the service sector need to play their part in reducing global emissions – and we're no different.

Since 2019, we have drastically reduced our international travel, which is – by far – our largest source of carbon emissions. The pandemic, of course, played its part, but the results were astonishing and have set the standard for our current and future travel policies.

We've also redesigned our services to minimise their environmental impact while still delivering great value to our clients. By using our services, clients can substantially reduce their CO2 emissions when taking their businesses global.

Supported by our executive and employee sustainability committees, our Group Sustainability Officer sets our policy objectives and defines the initiatives to meet our carbon and waste reduction targets.

Read about our Sustainability Policy here.

We're committed to supporting our local communities

Our company and employees support various charities and good causes in Europe, North America and Asia. Among these are Homeless Oxfordshire and Abingdon Bridge, two charities which operate in our home county of Oxfordshire in the United Kingdom.

Homeless Oxfordshire

Homeless Oxfordshire which works alongside other organisations to provide life-changing services for homeless people in Oxfordshire. In Homeless Oxfordshire's own words:

"Year 2022 was Homeless Oxfordshire’s 35th anniversary of providing high quality accommodation and tailored support services to individuals with some of the most complex needs, across the county. 

We provide accommodation for over 170 people throughout Oxfordshire, including properties in Bicester, Banbury, Abingdon, and Oxford. Our main hostel is based in Oxford City Centre, sleeping 56 people per night, with a team of support workers, offering regular meals, and uniquely for Oxfordshire, it is the only hostel in the county where dogs are allowed to stay too!

Each resident is allocated a keyworker and a support plan, to ensure that they are linked with relevant professionals. So regardless of their individual struggle, be it drug addiction, alcohol dependency, or mental health issues, there is always an expert on hand to listen and advise. At Homeless Oxfordshire, we provide support with a long-term view toward increasing people’s quality of life, building resilience, and ultimately, leaving homeless behind."

The Abingdon Bridge

The Abingdon Bridge which supports young people aged 13-25 with issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, diet and lifestyle, anxiety and stress, family issues, mental health and self-harming. The organisation aims to provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to realise their potential, and it does this through community based outreach projects and delivering issue-based advice and guidance through workshops, group work and 1:1 sessions.

We're committed to the principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015

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