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We are proud to have worked with Deloitte as one of their Social Innovation Pioneers. The Deloitte Social Innovation Pioneers programme supports socially innovative businesses, providing them with a package of support to help them grow to scale and become investment-ready.

Being part of this programme has enabled us to strengthen our ability to develop employment opportunities for disabled people as well as provide large scale orders for corporations across the UK. We are keen to continue and grow this area of our business.

“We at CLARITY are delighted to be a Deloitte Social Innovation Pioneer. The CLARITY business model works and has transformed the lives of many disabled people. Combining this model with the expertise of Deloitte has the potential to enable many more disabled people to achieve independence and social inclusion through employment. It was therefore a very easy decision to apply.”

Jeremy Robinson, Chief Executive at CLARITY

If you are interested in partnering with us please contact us to discuss the opportunities available.

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We believe that all disabled people should have an opportunity for employment and at CLARITY Enterprises we champion this vision by manufacturing beautiful toiletry and cleaning products with a workforce that’s predominantly blind and disabled.

CLARITY is proud to provide meaningful employment opportunities for people who are blind, visually impaired or otherwise disabled, regardless of the complexity of their barriers to work.

We offer a wide range of products for all our customers: our CLARITY product ranges offer customers great gift sets and celebrity endorsed toiletries, and in 2014 we launched The Soap Co. to offer customers a luxury ethical alternative to their usual hand washes, lotions and body washes.

From our factory in East London we provide product filling and packaging, as well as new product development, facilitating the process from “concept to counter”.