ETI members include global companies with thousands of suppliers, international trade union bodies, specialised labour rights organisations and development charities.
The unparalleled breadth of experience that this represents, combined with the collective buying power of our corporate members, lends us unique credibility and clout.
With a combined turnover of over £166 bn, our company members include supermarkets, fashion retailers, department stores and stone sourcing companies, as well as major suppliers to retailers of food and drink, flowers, clothing, shoes, homewear, promotional and other products.
FOUNDATION STAGE MEMBERS
FULL ETI MEMBERS
John Lewis Partnership [Note 1]
Men's Wearhouse UK (MWUK) [Note 3]
Pentland Brands [Note 4]
SuperGroup Plc [Note 2]
New ETI members:
H&M (March 2014), Jabong (March 2014), BBC Worldwide (June 2014)
No longer* ETI members:
Rockford (June 2014), Ethical Tea Partnership (June 2014)
*ETI reserves the right to terminate membership in cases where companies are unable to demonstrate that they are meeting their corporate membership commitments. Any termination of membership is subject to a thorough review and approval through ETI's tripartite board. In other cases, companies may choose to terminate their relationship with ETI on their own account.
- Membership of ETI from The John Lewis Partnership covers John Lewis and Waitrose.
- SuperGroup's brands include Superdry, 77Breed and SurfCo California.
- Membership covers the brands Dimensions, Alexandra and Yaffy
- Pentland Brands includes: Berghaus, Boxfresh, Brasher, Canterbury of New Zealand, Ellesse, KangaROOS, Kickers (UK & Ireland Licensee), Lacoste Chaussures (Footwear Licensee), Mitre, Prostar, Red or Dead, Speedo, Ted Baker (Footwear Licensee).
Our union members represent nearly 160 million workers around the world in every country where free trade unions can operate. They are the Trades Union Congress (TUC) — the national trade union federation in the UK — and the world body of national union federations, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Workers in industrial sectors are represented through the Council of Global Unions , which includes IndustriALL Global Union (uniting workers in mining, energy and manufacturing sectors), and the IUF (uniting food, farm and hotel workers worldwide).
 Members of the Council of Global Unions
Contact: Gemma Freedman, Trade Union Co-ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our NGO members range from large international development charities such as Oxfam and CAFOD, to specialised labour rights organisations such as Anti-Slavery International and Homeworkers Worldwide, as well as fairtrade organisations including the Fairtrade Foundation and Traidcraft.