Modern Slavery Act Statement ↘︎

Anti-Slavery Statement

This statement, made under section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, sets out the approach taken by Digital Balance Australia (DBA) concerning potential modern slavery risks related to its business and the actions undertaken to mitigate such.

DBA is a specialist data and optimisation consultancy, located in Melbourne and Perth, Australia. Since 2011 we have provided a range of data, analytics, and optimisation services, including strategic consulting, data management services, technical implementations, training, media optimisation reports and governance.

As a consultancy, DBA does not have a particularly long or complex supply chain. This consists predominantly of suppliers of data (which includes a number of our clients), IT software and hardware and office supplies and equipment.

DBA seeks to meet robust ethical and professional standards and complies with all relevant local laws applicable to its business. DBA has zero tolerance of slavery and human trafficking and requires that the DBA’s management implements appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure that the company complies with its obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. DBA expects its customers and suppliers to take the same approach.

The Board has considered the likely risk posed to DBA by modern slavery and human trafficking. The Board believes that the nature of DBA business and the fact that DBA does not operate in high-risk sectors or locations, means that the risk in DBA’s business and its supply chains is low. DBA will keep under review its policies and procedures to ensure that they remain appropriate and effective.

This statement is approved by the DBA Board and signed on its behalf by:

Craig Flanders
Digital Balance Australia Pty Ltd

01 May 2023

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