HK Bespoke Jewellery has been named as a finalist in the 2015 Responsible Business Awards run by Business in the Community, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network.
Business in the Community is part of the Prince’s Responsible Business Network, supported by the Prince of Wales, which encourages companies to build contribute to a fairer society and a more sustainable future.
HK Bespoke Jewellery, owned and run by Harriet Kelsall (pictured above in her Professional Jeweller Hot 100 profile), is a collective of 13 designers working in Hertfordshire and Cambridge creating bespoke and ready to wear ethical jewellery.
Commenting on becoming a finalist, Kelsall said: “We’re delighted to have reached the finals and recognise that there’s a high level of competition. However, we’ve been able to demonstrate that our commitment to responsibility extends far beyond our recognised ethical, sustainable and moral standard in the jewellery industry. We feed this approach into every area of the business and community that we engage with, making it rooted in the DNA of the business as a whole.”
Stephen Howard, chief executive, Business in the Community added: “The Responsible Business Awards give much needed visibility to organisations that are putting responsible behaviour at the heart of how they do business. The finalists are each playing their part to create a fairer society and more sustainable future by bringing to life the practical role that businesses can take to address some of our most pressing issues. We congratulate Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery for being an inspirational example for others to learn from.”