Supplier Code of Conduct
Entain plc (LSE: ENT) is a FTSE 100 company and one of the world’s largest sports betting and gaming groups, operating both online and in the retail sector. With licenses in more than 20 countries, Entain employs more than 24,000 in 20+ offices across five continents.
We aim to meet the highest standards in everything we do, from the way we run our business and manage our financial affairs, to how we support our people, our customers and the communities we work in.
Some of those standards are legal requirements but others simply depend on acting honestly, openly and with integrity. Our business is founded on fair play and doing the right thing.
This Supplier Code of Conduct (“Code”) outlines the standards, principles and policies that Entain expects from everyone who does business with us as a supplier anywhere in the world. We have decided to go one step further by aligning this to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals ("SDGs").
We strongly encourage suppliers to exceed the requirements of this Code, align to the UN SDGs and promote best practice and continuous improvement throughout their operations and third-party relationships.
Any new Entain supplier must read and agree to this Code prior to their onboarding with Entain. This Code will be reviewed annually and may be amended from time to time (with any amendments notified via email).
This Code is hosted on our corporate website for viewing at any time.
Where a supplier is referenced under this Code, it is automatically deemed to include a supplier’s officers, subsidiaries, affiliates, employees, subcontractors, agents, consultants and/or recruitment agencies (as applicable). The term Entain as used in this Code refers to all brands, subsidiaries and affiliated undertakings of Entain plc anywhere in the world.
By entering into a business relationship with us, all suppliers are deemed to have accepted the obligations set out in this Code and agree to comply with it, in addition to any of their contractual and other obligations. We expect our Suppliers to maintain records to evidence their compliance with this Code as any breach of the obligations stipulated in this Code may be considered a material breach of contract by the Supplier.