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AGC is a small company but we are fully committed to enhancing the good work that we do through developing environmental, social and governance pledges. These pledges will grow as we do.

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Environmental Statement

AGC accepts responsibility for the impact its operations might have on both the local and global environment and is committed to reducing them.

We are constantly striving to:

  • Minimise waste by evaluating operations to ensure they are as environmentally sensitive as possible

  • Dispose of waste safely and responsibly

  • Minimise carbon emissions by discouraging the use of private vehicles and increased use of low carbon transport

  • Reduce the impact of business travel by using low carbon transport for meetings both locally, nationally and internationally 

  • Actively promote reuse and recycling within the workplace, and encourage the adoption of similar principles by our clients and suppliers

  • Raise staff awareness of environmental issues and enlist their support in achieving our aims

  • Reduce resource consumption with our paperless office

  • Adopt the practice of purchasing and reworking used equipment rather than new where possible

  • Encourage sustainable commuting transport choices

  • Become Carbon Literate by 2024 

  • Measure and understand how AGC impacts the environment by calculating our organisational carbon footprint and setting goals to improve from this baseline, by 2025

  • Creating an environmental action plan to reduce carbon emissions of AGC

  • Reach our target of being Carbon Zero by 2030


This statement will be reviewed every year. Next review due June 2024.

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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

AGC is committed to the Modern Slavery Act (2015) which seeks to address the role of businesses in preventing modern slavery occurring in their supply chains and organisations.


We have a zero tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking and expect the same high standards from those we work with including staff, contractors, suppliers and other business partners.


This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for 2023.

Ethical Practices Statement

AGC is proud to support a universally agreed set of principles aimed at promoting ethical conduct in public relations. 


The 16 principles are deemed universal and fundamental to public relations practice and communication management.


  • Guiding principles

    • Working in the public interest

    • Obeying laws and respect diversity and local customs

    • Freedom of speech

    • Freedom of assembly

    • Freedom of media

    • Honesty, truth and fact-based communication

    • Integrity

    • Transparency and disclosure

    • Privacy


  • Principles of professional practice

    • Commitment to continuous learning and training

    • Avoiding conflict of interest

    • Advocating for the profession

    • Respect and fairness in dealing with publics

    • Expertise without guarantee of results beyond capacity

    • Behaviours that enhance the profession

    • Professional conduct

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Equality, diversity and inclusion policy statement

A commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion is fundamental to AGC’s core values, ensuring our success as a public relations and communications agency with a positive and supportive culture, where all staff feel empowered and respected.

This requires a strong commitment and concerted action to build an inclusive environment where opportunities are open to all, diversity is valued, and where everybody can reach their full potential without fear of harassment, prejudice or discrimination. 

AGC is committed to encouraging these principles among our workforce, suppliers, clients and the wider public, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

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