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Business as a force for good: why we're a b corp

In an ever-evolving world, businesses today stand at a pivotal crossroad. The challenges of our time, notably climate change and pressing social crises, demand immediate and purposeful action. While traditional business models have often prioritized profit above all else, the landscape is shifting. Increasingly, companies are recognizing the power they wield to support people, the planet, and drive positive change.

Recognizing the need for a holistic approach, third-party certifications like B-Corp have emerged. These certifications offer a framework for evaluating a company's impact on society and the environment. They empower employees and consumers to identify businesses that align with their values.

What is a b-corp?

The Mission: Using Business as a Force for Good


At the heart of every B-Corp lies a powerful mission—to redefine success in business. Instead of a singular focus on financial gains, B-Corps are dedicated to creating a positive impact on society and the environment. The core mission of a B-Corp is to be a catalyst for change, not only in the boardroom but in the communities they serve and the world at large.

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Transparency and Accountability

One key aspect of being a B-Corp is transparency and accountability. These businesses commit to rigorous assessments of their social and environmental performance. They are held accountable not just by shareholders but by a wider array of stakeholders, including employees, customers, and the public.

To become a B-Corp, a company must undergo a comprehensive certification process. This assessment evaluates a company's performance in key areas related to social and environmental impact, and it must meet stringent standards to achieve and maintain B Corp Certification.

B impact assessment: 5 impact areas

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  • Mission and engagement
  • Ethics and transparency
  • Governance
  • Mission locked
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  • Career development
  • Health, wellness and safety
  • Engagement
  • Human rights
  • Worker owned
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  • Environmental management
  • Air and climate
  • Water
  • Renewable energy
  • Resourse conservation
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  • Diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Supply chain management
  • Civic engagement
  • Local economic development
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  • Customer stewardship
  • Education
  • Access to basic services
  • Economic empowerment

how we scored

15.7

15.7

20.4

20.4

3.1

3.1

19.9

19.9

25.5

25.5

For detailed explinations on how our score was reached, view our full assessment on the B-Impact website.

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