The Best Reasons to Structure Your Social Business as a B Corp.
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News and Articles About B Corporation
How to Do Well With 3 Types of Do-Gooder Investors
It's possible, but you'll need to form the right purpose-driven business.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Why Should Your Business Care About Social Responsibility?
CSR is no longer a 'knee-jerk' reaction companies use to mend tarnished reputations. It's a necessity.
4 Ways to Align Your Corporate Processes With Your Customers' Values
In today's world, profit is inextricably linked to corporate social responsibility.
With a Public Benefit Corporation, Profit and Good Karma Can Coexist
What if you want to 'give back' yet still make money? That happy blend is now possible.
A Benefit Corporation Can Have a Positive Impact on the World -- and Still Make a Profit
Consider these five factors if you're interested in reincorporating to help social and environmental causes while maintaining your bottom line.
Kickstarter Boldly Locks Its Mission Into Its Legal Framework
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based crowdfunding platform announced that it is now a public benefit corporation.
4 Strategies to Use When Raising Money for Your B Corps
How to fundraise without compromising the triple bottom line.
B Corp Movement Gets Its Wings In Europe
Nonprofit B Lab is tasked with issuing the certificates and looks at a company's contribution to the environment, community and employees.
How Etsy's IPO Could Spark Investor Interest in B Corps
The handicraft website is making waves as it forges its own path.
How Sustainability Disclosure Creates Competitive Advantage
Today's entrepreneurs can position themselves ahead of the pack as more investors integrate environmental factors into their decisions.
Want to Protect Your Social Mission? Become a Benefit Corporation.
By incorporating as a benefit corporation, entrepreneurs can protect their mission by elevating their company's core social and environmental values to the status of law.
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