Marks & Spencer

Retailers - Food & Drugs
Marks & Spencer are one of the UK’s leading retailers, with over 21 million people visiting their stores each week. They offer stylish, high quality, great value clothing and home products, as well as outstanding quality foods, responsibly sourced from around 2,000 suppliers globally. Marks & Spencer employ over 78,000 people in the UK and abroad, and have over 700 UK stores, plus an expanding international business.

Sir David Sieff was educated at Repton and is a member of the founding family of Marks & Spencer plc. He worked for the... Read more

Mike is Director of Sustainable Business at the UK retailer Marks & Spencer.

He was part of the small team that... Read more

Marks & Spencer on BITC.org.uk

Case studies

Blog

29 September 2016 08:05 am
As Carbon Clear launches its sixth report on the sustainability reporting performance of the FTSE 100, its CEO Mark Chadwick discusses the four key traits that the top performing businesses share....
26 November 2015 05:34 pm
As world leaders and delegates meet in Paris to begin discussions on climate change, our member companies lend their thoughts on this crucial summit. Click on the logos below to get the perspectives...
18 February 2015 06:22 pm
Peter Donohoe, Project lead for the Healthy High Streets programme, gives his insights into Business in the Community’s Seeing Is Believing visit to Maidenhead on 5 February 2015. 2015 was always...

News

13 December 2016 04:00 pm
A competition to find Britain's best high streets put four Healthy High Streets top of their categories, with Blackburn taking the Overall Winner trophy.
21 April 2016 02:18 pm
It's the last chance for businesses and organisations working to help revitalise their high streets to apply to join Business in the Community's Healthy High Streets programme of business support and expertise.
10 February 2016 10:48 am
BITC Cymru is proud to be supporting three of M&S' Spark Something Good events during volunteering week in Swansea and encourages volunteers to sign up.

Reports

Fortune Favours the Brave details the opportunity for UK businesses to unlock around £100 billion a year in value from new innovation opportunities that address social and environmental challenges.
Fortune Favours the Brave details the opportunity for UK businesses to unlock around £100 billion a year in value from new innovation opportunities that address social and environmental challenges.