Why should you measure your company’s social and environmental impacts?

 
 
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73% of consumers want to know that they're not only buying a good product
or service, but that they're buying it from a good company.

   9/10 millennials   think that the success of a company should be measured in more than just financial terms
 

9/10 millennials think that the success
of a company should be measured in more than just financial terms.

 

How do you measure your social and environmental impacts?

 
  "Do some good for someone, somewhere, with every step of your business. The bigger you get, the more good you can do."
 
 

We work with mission-driven businesses to create an economy (and a world) that works better for all of us.

 
 

Certified B Corporation Consulting

Certified B Corps demonstrate a 90-99% survival rate, compared with 69% among average small US businesses.


 

Clients using business as a force for good:

 
“Heather led us through the B Corp certification process thoughtfully and perceptively and along the way actually encouraged us to become a better company by helping us to see ourselves through the lens of our accomplishments.”
— Mark Ruedrich, North Coast Brewing Co.
 

 Heather Paulsen with B Lab co-founders Andrew Kassoy, Joy Coen Gilbert and Bart Houlahan, B Corp Champions Retreat, 2016, Philadelphia.

Heather Paulsen with B Lab co-founders Andrew Kassoy, Joy Coen Gilbert and Bart Houlahan, B Corp Champions Retreat, 2016, Philadelphia.


“Do some good for someone, somewhere, with every step of your business. The bigger you get, the more good you can do.”
— Blair Kellison, CEO, Traditional Medicinals