Wholegrain Digital

Passionately solving real problems by creating a better web, a better world and a better version of ourselves.
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London
πŸ’› Social Impact
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For-profit
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11 to 50

πŸ”­ Our mission & vision

Create the best websites in the world, use our business as a force for good, and help to accelerate the shift to an Internet that’s good for people and planet

🌍 Our impact & how we measure it

Our passion for sustainability has driven us to refine our process, become industry leaders in web sustainability and performance, helping to shift the industry towards a zero-carbon future.

πŸ™‹ About us

At Wholegrain, we are on a journey together to create a better web and a better world.

Wholegrain Digital was founded in 2007 by husband and wife, Tom and Vineeta Greenwood, with the aim of helping positive organisations to thrive online. We wanted to see whether we could create a truly sustainable business using design and tech for good.

Our work is our passion project. We collaborate as equals, with each other and with our clients, to solve real problems in the world and inspire positive change in our industry and beyond. We push ourselves and support each other to learn and do better, while also appreciating that we must balance our perfectionism with getting things done.

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2007
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πŸ‘ Our company benefits

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Coworking membership (for remote companies)
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Enhanced statutory sick pay
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Flexible working hours
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Flexible working location
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Mental health support
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Paid volunteering days (activism, charity)
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Training allowance
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πŸ’ Being good while doing good

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B Corp status

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