Bo&Tee cares

Our culture is diverse, creative and collaborative. Our teams are committed, ambitious and hard working. We offer an environment to flourish and develop.


Corporate social responsibility
We are following our Code of Conduct across the whole value chain, especially within production and manufacturing. You can find more information about how we manufacture below.

Gender split
71% of our senior roles are held by women. 70% of our employees within the company are women.

Zero tolerance: Discrimination
We have a zero-tolerance policy for any form of discrimination or harassment based on someone’s sexual orientation, gender, civil status, family status, religion, race, age, or disability. 30 of our managers have received a Level 2 Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. All members of our team complete a training module about Equality and Diversity and Bullying and Harassment within their first 2 weeks at Bo+Tee.

Mental wellbeing
We are a Suicide Safer Organisation. We have 18 Mental Health First Aiders, 12 Suicide Prevention First Aiders and 12 Sucide Alert Helpers on site. The courses are delivered by the Martin Gallier Project through their Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST).

Employee assistance program
Colleagues can access a confidential helpline, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Alongside other mental wellbeing resources


Sustainability champions
Several colleagues have volunteered to join our sustainability champion programme. They support the sustainability team by integrating sustainability throughout the business.

UK scholarship programme

Our sister brand, Oh Polly and Glasgow Caledonian University are proud to support upcoming, new talent through a scholarship programme for Black British students. Since 2020, Oh Polly has provided Glasgow Caledonian fashion students with a generous financial package throughout the duration of their studies as well as work experience opportunities within the brand. The scholarship programme was created by Oh Polly and Glasgow Caledonian University to encourage diversity and help build a more inclusive environment within the fashion industry.

UK industry placements
2024 will be our second year of running industry placements for undergraduate students. The roles this year will be Customer Experience, IT, Design and Pattern Cutting.


Our product development and manufacturing process is unique to most. At Bo&Tee, we like to be different and always with you in mind! An environment that is safe and beneficial for our staff is our top priority here at Bo&Tee. Here are some examples of how we take care of our workforce.


Our Bo&Tee stock is sourced from both in-house and external suppliers.

We establish direct partnerships with external manufacturers to maintain transparency regarding working standards and quality control. We maintain a physical presence, through our local teams, in our manufacturing facilities to ensure the well-being of workers.

We adhere to a stringent code of conduct within our factories and ensure that our external suppliers adhere to it.


Since 2020, we've donated over £500,000 to amazing charities.

A large portion of our donations go towards our charity in Cambodia, The Brannerson Foundation. Every purchase made at Bo&Tee helps to support a number of children in one of the poorest regions in the world. As the brand continues to grow, all thanks to the community who love wearing our clothes, so does the level of support The Brannerson Foundation is able to offer.

Learn more about our charity donations.

Our Donations


Our current initiatives support the following goals:
Goal 1 - No Poverty
Goal 3 - Good Health and Wellbeing
Goal 4 - Quality Education
Goal 5 - Gender Equality
Goal 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
Goal 10 - Reduced Inequalities
Goal 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
Goal 17 - Partnerships for the Goals