Say No Toolkit

IBE: Institute of Business Ethics

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Thank you for your interest in the IBE Say No Toolkit.

Downloading the IBE Say No app is simple and straightforward but before you do we would like to capture some details about how the app will be used. We will use this data for our internal use only. Once you have filled in the details below you will be taken to the download page.

The following fields are required, please make sure they are filled in before proceeding:







    Are you planning to provide access to the app for all your employees?

    The Say No Toolkit is most effective if it is tailored to suit the needs of each individual business. We believe employees should feel that they are getting the right guidance directly from their employer.

    Do you want to know more about branding the toolkit and customising it with your specific company procedures and contact details?