Engage chosen to deliver online sustainability project for Taylors of Harrogate

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Leeds-based digital agency Engage has been chosen to deliver a three-year online project about sustainability for tea and coffee company Taylors of Harrogate.

Taylors is the first tea and coffee company in the UK to share full details of its supply chains and its impact on suppliers in the countries it operates.

Engage’s work includes an online content hub and sustainability report

Samantha Gibson, Sustainability Communications Manager at Taylors of Harrogate, said: “Not only have the Engage team produced a beautifully designed platform to bring this work to life, they’ve also embraced the values behind the project, challenging themselves to build sustainable thinking into the development of the site itself.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better partner. We are excited about the opportunities the site brings to enable us to talk openly about our sustainability work, not only discussing our progress but also the challenges we’ve faced. It’s also a place to share more from our amazing suppliers around the world.”

Tom Schofield, Creative Director at Engage, added: “We’re starting to see more of our clients following the lead of Taylors and investing in their sustainability resources and credentials.

“Thanks to programmes like Blue Planet II, sustainability is becoming more mainstream and consumers are increasingly expecting brands like Taylors to invest in both people and the planet.

“We’ve really enjoyed working on the sustainability hub and report so far, and we’re looking forward to working on the next steps of the project which includes collaborating with Taylors to deliver a sustainability webinar.”