Every supply chain is at risk of slavery and child labor. We've built the world's first
software that locates and addresses these risks. It's called FRDM®.
Join our network of buyers and suppliers using technology to create a free world.
THIS PRIVATE AND SECURE SOFTWARE IDENTIFIES HOT SPOTS OF RISK IN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN
AND BUILDS A CUSTOMIZED ACTION PLAN FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Watch how simple we’ve made it for companies to turn their supply chain into a values chain.
Welcome to the free world.
* Eli’s Bike Shop is not a real business. It is an example of how companies use FRDM®.
MIAFW Companies protect the freedom of the workers who create their amazing products. From the workers who source the raw materials to those who manufacture the finished products.
Hear directly from founders about why they joined the Made In A Free World community.
"In our advanced modern age, it is unacceptable that forced labor exists in our supply chains. Businesses have the ability to eradicate modern slavery by making more informed and ethical sourcing decisions. And networks like Made In A Free World can deliver the transparency and intelligence to empower global companies to achieve this worthy goal."Tim Minahan - CMO SAP Cloud and Line of Business
"The business community relies on predictive analytics and risk assessments to address a myriad of challenges affecting their bottom line. Given the increasing length, complexity and opacity of supply chains, these same tools can be used to address the challenge of forced labor in a business's supply chain….benefiting it’s bottom line and the world."Jean Baderschneider - former vice president for Global Procurement for ExxonMobil
"We care about products that have true design value behind them, values that include the people, the community, the materials, and the entire cultural supply chain."Rob Forbes, Founder of PUBLIC Bikes & Design Within Reach
"What we're doing with Made In A Free World is going to change the supply chain. It will light up a path to freedom for people."Amber Valletta, Founder of Master & Muse
"No one company can change the face of consumerism, so we are happy to join a group of responsible and courageous businesses that are showing that it is possible to do well and do good at the same time."Santiago Halty, Founder of Senda Athletics
"We’re in a stage now where we’re beginning to grow our product line… As we do that, there will be a lot of complexity around sourcing different materials, and asking questions of our suppliers. The FRDM® software allows us to ask the right questions."Joe Demin, Co-Founder of Yellow Leaf Hammocks