Becoming a B Corp

As a B Corp. We are part of a global community, one that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. B Corps use their products, practices, and profits to impact all stakeholders positively.

We believe in collaboration with customers, communities, and other stakeholders to help us build a sustainable business.   

To become a certified B Corp, businesses are assessed across five key pillars to achieve a minimum score of 80 points, reflecting the high standard required. The impact score is reviewed every three years to ensure best practices and changing community expectations are acted upon. These measures are verified by B Lab, the not-for-profit organisation behind the B Corp movement. 

As a collaborative community, we welcome new businesses interested in joining. Currently, there are 6000 like-minded organisations across the globe. We think it is important to shine a light on other B Corps.

Watch this video to hear the journey of our B Corp customer Unico Zelo and hear what they have to say about business with impact: 

 

If you are thinking of joining this community for your business – we’re for and with B Corps. We can provide you with further background into the certification process and tips to make this journey easier.

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