We constantly strive to improve the results of our activities and carry out due diligence processes to respect human and labor rights.
thous. employees at LPP in 2022/23 (56%
in companies in Poland)
invested to improve safety in factories (since 2013)
Over the years, we have developed a set of common rules that guide us – such as responsibility, openness and respect for others. We also value an informal, creative atmosphere which, combined with the unique competences of our employees, the professional development opportunities we offer and our shared passion for fashion, makes for a strong and well-tuned team.
Our business model is based on a dispersed value chain. On a daily basis, we work with over a thousand suppliers from different parts of the world, various cultures and often operating according to different working standards. Therefore, monitoring the conditions applicable at our suppliers, especially in the context of compliance with the principles laid down in the LPP Code of Conduct, is an integral part of our operations.
We apply an ecosystem of solutions, controls, procedures and audits to ensure that the clothing that reaches the store shelves of LPP brands is safe and compliant with our standards. We are also constantly investing in solutions maximizing an efficient and friendly customer service for both in-store and online shoppers.
We care about the local communities in the places where our offices and logistics facilities operate. We are able to reach a large group of people in need and organisations in Pomerania – where the LPP headquarters and distribution centre are located. We are also active in Małopolska, primarily in Cracow, where the head offices of House and Mohito brands are situated. We have been implementing projects dedicated to the residents of Brześć Kujawski in Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship and Jasionka in Podkarpackie Voivodeship, where our warehouse facilities operate.