Certifications and Memberships


Mi Hub takes immense pride in the extensive range of certifications across the group, including our Dimensions, Affinity, Yaffy and Alexandra brands. These certifications showcase our commitment to excellence, innovation, and the highest industry standards.

EcoVadis Silver 2023 web
FSQS Registered
BSiF shield
disability confident committed
ISO 9001
ISO 14001
ISO 45001
ISO 31001

ISO Standards 9001 and 45001 are specific to our UK Logistics Centre and Bangladesh Office.

Memberships, Partnerships and Programs

Our memberships outline our ethos for collaboration and continuous growth. As active participants we not only contribute to the evolution of our industry but also gain invaluable knowledge and experiences that enrich our approach to serving our customers, and investment in ESG.

ecovadis logo
Sedex logo
Hope For Justice logo
intertek inlight logo
East Midlnds Chamber Logo
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
Friend of ZDHC - Vendor
ETI logo
okeo-tex logo
SATRA logo
ASBCI logo
better cotton logo
APHC Supplier Member

Friend of ZDHC - Vendor

The aim of the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero programme is to eliminate the discharge of hazardous chemicals into the environment and implement safer chemical management practices within the textile, leather, and footwear industries.


RISE: Reimagining Industry for Equality aims to foster extensive collaborative efforts within the garment, footwear, and home textiles supply chains to propel gender equality forward.

This initiative unites the most prominent women's empowerment programs in the apparel industry—BSR's HERproject, Gap Inc. P.A.C.E, CARE International, and Better Work. Together, these programs partner with 50 of the world's leading apparel brands, including Mi Hub, making a significant impact by positively influencing over five million women workers worldwide.

ETI logo

As full members of the ETI for over 15 years, we fully endorse and support their vision to act responsibly and promote decent work. Our strategy has been formulated to be consistent with the ETI Base Code. We use this as the benchmark for audit, alongside country law, and implement this into our supply chain.


The Slave Free Alliance is a social enterprise and membership initiative launched by anti-slavery charity Hope for Justice. In 2020 Mi Hub joined the Slave- Free Alliance. We recognised that we needed to be at the forefront of a global movement, demonstrating our ethical commitment to our workforce.

intertek inlight logo

As part of our own Modern Slavery focus, it is our intention to encourage our supply chains to have an awareness of and pay attention to Modern Slavery and what risks there are to businesses and workers.

We have partnered with Intertek to implement their Inlight programme which aims to deliver supply chain risk transparency and visibility via a supplier management tool. We have implemented the Modern Slavery compliance module and rolled it out to our strategic suppliers.

better cotton logo

BCI sourced cotton is a global approach that provides a solution that brings together farmers, ginners, traders, spinners, mills, cut & sew, manufacturers, retailers, brands, civil society and grassroots organisations in a unique global community committed to developing Better Cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity. Responsible cotton production means the management of cotton farms in a way that maintains their biodiversity, productivity, and regeneration capacity. We expect all parties in our value chain to be progressively working towards sourcing more sustainable cotton.

Sedex logo

Mi Hub joined the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (SEDEX) in 2008 and continually monitor our supply chain, and submit relevant information through the SEDEX database. Part of the SMETA 4 pillar audit states that factories must 'measure its impacts, including continuous recording and regular reviews of use and discharge of natural resources e.g. energy use and water use' and 'make continuous improvements in their environmental performance.