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ESG is about how we as Daisy operate; the decisions we make and how we make them (which is Governance). This decision making is crucial to determining our impact on People and the Planet (the Social and Environmental). When these are brought together, they drive new services to our customers.

The way we work at Daisy and how we and others feel about work has changed. This has been driven by the pandemic and has opened minds to how we work and the possibilities technologies can bring: improving inclusivity, the new work patterns that enable opportunity for sustainable infrastructures, and making a difference in our communities, workforce and environment.


Organisations say their board regularly reviews the company’s ESG strategy*


Organisations say their board understands technology’s contribution to ESG agenda*


ESG is a structure to assess and recognise an organisation’s operation and therefore how well it is positioned to function. It is about operating in a better way and, working with the supply chain to do the same. ESG can, therefore, be thought of as a way to describe an organisation. It does require accurate information to do so. To operate better requires the right infrastructures both internal and external to the organisation. It is important that this information does not provide a distorted view of the organisation, as it can last.

When we think about improving people’s working lives, our wider environmental and social impacts and how this may be supported through the seven pillars of the circular economy. The role we play as environmental and social stewards, as well as decision makers, has far-reaching impacts. This is impacted by choosing the right partners, the values they truly hold, as well as thinking about who we serve.

Within ESG the role of AI is substantial, with investment firms and others learning about companies based on information that they hold – this is then combined with AI work. This can tell you a lot. It can tell you about how you make decisions to engage with other organisations. This can last like a credit record even if you have operated in good faith.


A great product or service may appear wonderful but have unexpected consequences. We are developing LIAISE™ which addresses these consequences to better inform our customers. The circular economy is more than recycling, it is about how products are used throughout their lifecycle, how they are developed and recognising that there are far-reaching social and environmental implications. Show more...


The largest environmental impacts, and possibly social ones too, are caused by energy. Its extraction, transformation, distribution and use. Using energy well, at every stage is one area where IoT can truly have strong, positive impacts. It is important that the IoT device does not create more damage than the device can help repair. Show more...

Sustainable Devices

Daisy is assembling a new product and service range called, LIAISE™. This, unique to Daisy offering is a set of products and services based upon criteria that meets demonstrable social and environmental goals. These enable a fair means to compare the market. The exact structure is being determined. The criteria is based around the “seven pillars of circularity” as developed by the EU. The scoring will be formed by the experts, then compiled into a radar of action. Show more...

Hybrid Working – Equalities

The pandemic had a number of impacts, these were largely negative, many terrible. The outcomes of these impacts did result in a substantially increased appreciation of social inequalities. This included the disparities between the importance of peoples work and how much they are paid; as well as the separation between how much more vulnerable some people are, than others.
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Working Together

Working closely with our technology partners, we will continue to develop our solutions to be more environmentally conscious.

Social and Community

Through our Daisy Unites initiative, we are on a journey of bringing people together, and investing and delivering in environmental social and community projects for both ourselves and our customers. It’s important to us that we work with organisations and charities that are close to our hearts and that can help make a difference to future generations, therefore we are proud to present our dedicated partnerships.


Our Values


Everything we achieve, we achieve with people, and for people. Our customers. Our colleagues. Our suppliers. Our families and neighbours. The communities where we live, work and do business. Our whole, wider, interconnected world. That’s what drives us.


Whether we’re creating dynamic, less resource-hungry systems, helping you reduce travel miles or championing greater energy efficiency, what’s good for the planet tends to be good for your business. We also invest in sustainable projects through our foundation, Daisy Unites.


We’re stronger when we work together. To our customers, we’re more than a supplier, we’re a trusted partner. Meanwhile, thanks to our partnerships with the world’s top technology vendors, we’re able to blend solutions in ways that redefine excellence and sustainability.

*Larato Independent Survey July 2021 on behalf of Daisy
1. 32 Gold, 280 Silver EPEAT®-registered HP Personal Systems products in 19 countries, as of October 2019.
2. Compared to majority of competing in-class OEM ink & laser printer supply recycling programs. Criteria: size, reach, recycled content use, upcycling and eco award/ranking. HP-commissioned Aug 2020 InfoTrends research report. Market share: IDC Q2’20 Hardcopy Peripheral Tracker. Program availability varies. See hp.com/go/recycle and keypointintelligence.com/HPPlanetPartners