In 2009 we started consciously supporting charities and each year our employees are given the opportunity to choose a good cause.

Each year, every employee is allowed to donate an amount of 400 to a charity (based on the poverty line in 2015, as specified by the World Bank of $ 1;25 per day, given the then $ exchange rate).

A good cause is chosen by the employee, with the only provision that it must be outside the Western world and preferably support children or be for the purpose of educating the local population.

In the meantime, we support the following charities:

Doctors without Borders;

Cunina (where so far we have adopted several children and provide them with an education);



Mobile School;

Red Cross;

SOS Children’s Villages.

Giving feels good! Every year this is borne out by our Giardino team.

In addition, every year our employees reconsider their annual good cause, which means they make a conscious choice which increases a sense of involvement from our employees and management alike.

A small effort for us, but a gesture with a huge impact on the people in the world who can make good use of our commitment and who greatly appreciate it.

New front sign
From the 19th of May the new front sign is parading on our company building.

Out of the fence

A Rebellious Look at the Retail Business

This new Giardino Blog has the ambition to provide its stakeholders a rebellious insight on what’s going on in our retail business. Therefore I am happy to share with you, on a monthly basis, a critical analysis of a couple of international articles I happened to read.

How the landscape of Garden Retailing is transforming
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Why we need to embrace technology and Innovation in DIY & Gardening
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“How are retailers and suppliers worldwide reconsidering their business model in an era of omnichannel retailing"?
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