The imabi Vision
Improve social value, create sustainable and progressive behavioural change, build safer communities and enhance the lives of millions of people, through empowerment, education, improved wellbeing and safer decision-making. For everyone, every day, everywhere
Our new approach is proactive and preventative, and is supported by our 3 social pillars:
A Sense of
Our social values of integrity, collective responsibility, empowerment and humanity are coupled with our desire to do more to transform society.
We have developed a technical platform and series of products to drive social change; and are at the forefront of national innovation with a groundbreaking market presence. We are already making a difference in schools and on the national transport network.
Social Values Programme
- Promotes a safer and more inclusive environment for all, across society, with no one left out, through a collaborative and forward-thinking approach.
- Our products allow customers to use data intelligently to better understand what is happening and inform their daily actions.
- We improve customer compliance with statutory frameworks.
Corporate clients secure economies of scale and best value for users across multiple sectors through collaborative procurement.
Collaboration also unlocks the potential to leverage the power of anonymised data analysis to identify trends that would not otherwise be apparent.
We help corporate sponsors fulfil CSR/ESG objectives to educate and empower a generation, by contributing to measurable outcomes that have transformational social impact.
Our Social Value Partners
Fighting Knife Crime
imabi is delighted to partner with Fighting Knife Crime London (FKCL) through a shared philosophy – keeping people safe and tackling root causes of harm.
FKCL is now a well-established and increasingly respected part of the work being done in Greater London to empower young Londoners in particular to change their lives for the better, and live safely.
Anyone interested in helping another young person can find inspiration through FKCL’s directory of organisations, their magazine and resource section available on their website. FKCL offer free facilities to community projects, the police, employers, educators, local government, and charities across London to provide news and information on their social media and website.
FKCL’s ethos from the day they launched has been to promote the work of others, to raise up young people or to provide encouragement to them, and to signpost them to life-changing opportunities such as a mentor, a new social group, or a project.