What is it?

The Chamber of Conscience is a movement promoting companies to network for a social and environmental cause. The idea behind it stems from the need for companies to help develop the local business community and the people within it.

Our Focus

We are committed to reducing the unemployment rate for those with disabilities, as we believe everyone has a talent and can offer something. We aim to raise awareness about this issue, so that talented individuals who would normally be overlooked, are connected with businesses in order to create a relationship where both parties can mutually benefit. We focus on ability, not disability.

We are also very involved in protecting our environment and take sustainability very seriously. By implementing new projects and utilising existing ones, we can create a better environment for all. We feel that everyone can contribute to the sustainability of our environment and that every action, no matter how big or small, contributes to this.

Outcome

  • Influence recruitment policies of local businesses
  • Increase the amount of disability confident registered companies in the area
  • Have local businesses sign up to the new ‘Ability Recruitment Policy’
  • Positions filled & staff trained
  • Raise awareness of important environmental issues and concerns
  • Reduce the amount of plastic used
  • Avoiding products that contain microbeads

For more information, please contact Chris Luff, CEO.

: 01923 442442: chris.luff@watford-chamber.co.uk

Working with the Watford and West Herts Chamber of Commerce has proved incredibly fruitful for Mustr in a very short period of time. We're a business with a slightly unique proposition and the timing of our membership couldn't have been better. We've had the privilege of working directly with Chris who has opened up numerous doors and involved us in lots of conversations with other key members. As a result, we're now talking to fellow businesses about how our products and services can help them. My advice to any business thinking of joining the chamber is simple. Get involved right now, and make sure you're in Chris' inbox at least once a day!
Razi Hassan - Mustr.co.uk