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Unifying Goal

Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. This is a community of leaders, driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good.

Vote Every Day. Vote B Corp.

Vote Every Day. Vote B Corp.

You cast your vote every day with the choices you make—what you buy, where you work and who you do business with. You have the power to make your voice heard beyond the ballot box. Every day is election day.

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Building a Better Business

People want to work for, buy from, and invest in businesses they believe in. B Corp Certification is the most powerful way to build credibility, trust, and value for your business. 

Building a B Economy

Learn how organizations of all kinds—not just B Corps—from multinationals and investors to universities and business networks can help build an inclusive and sustainable economy that works for everyone.

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News & Events

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Nov 15

Vote With Your Cheese—and Other Daily Ways You Can Help Create a Better World

Vote Every Day. Vote B Corp.

Nov 15

The Rising Impact Wave Within the Investment Community Is a ‘Vote’ for a Better Tomorrow

Impact Investing, Systems Thinking and, Yes, Ethics Can Lead the Way As We Seek to Solve Global Problems

Nov 14

Measuring Impact Versus Measuring Practices: How the B Impact Assessment’s Dual Objectives Require…

Public Comment Period Closes This Week on Version 6

Nov 14

Transforming Philanthropy By Decolonizing Wealth

Edgar Villanueva Suggests ‘Seven Steps to Healing’ for Funders to Close Racial Wealth Gap

Nov 13

Royally Principled: 6 Disney Princesses Buy From B Corps

From Gender Equity to Literacy Programs, Purpose-Driven Businesses Help These Animated Characters Lead the Good Life

Nov 12

How to Build and Protect Your Purpose-Driven Business

Attempted Takeover of Whole Foods Provides Lessons for Leaders of Companies That Value All Stakeholders