We provide a platform for a community of businesses and consumers to buy better through the use of our supply chain transparency tool called FRDM®. We started in 2011 by partnering with the United States State Department to build the world’s first ever Slavery Footprint platform, combining product data with consumer purchase data to provide footprints to close to 30 million people worldwide. The platform was widely covered in the media and won several awards, including SXSW and a Cannes Lion. We then developed the largest federated database of supply chain data designed to assist companies, organizations, and institutions to protect their purchases from human rights abuses. We’ve integrated our FRDM® SaaS platform into other existing cloud based systems like SAP.
Our founder, Justin Dillon, has worked in tech and human rights for ten years. He has advised the United Nations, White House, and several Fortune 100 companies on supply chain transparency and the purpose economy. He has been featured in Fast Company, CNN, MSNBC, Katie Couric, Dr. Phil, Wired, Vogue, Marie Claire, New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Tech Crunch, and several others. He has spoken at the White House, United Nations, Vatican, Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Chicago Ideas Week, Clinton Global Initiative, Global Philanthropy Forum and several others.