Changing Business in Florida

For Good

Corporate responsibility, social enterprise, stakeholder capitalism, whatever you call it… Learn more and connect with businesses doing good, helping their communities and each other, and thriving in a purpose-driven economy.

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What is a
B Corporation?

B Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.

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What are the

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out a framework of 17 Goals based on its 10 principles to tackle the world’s most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges in the lead-up to 2030.

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Benefit Corporations in 60+ Countries


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We offer a Student Consultancy Program to help you Measure Your Impact

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This is a collaborative program to help companies achieve B Corp certification by working with teams of university student consultants, and is designed to connect students to aspiring B Corporations. The Business For Good Lab offers students an opportunity to engage in experiential learning projects to deepen their knowledge of social impact & sustainability.

Students are equipped to take companies through the B Impact Assessment (BIA) with the goal of achieving a score of 80+ (the minimum score needed to apply for B Corp Certification).

Companies can use the  BIA to:

Measure their impact

Create a roadmap to becoming more sustainable / resilient

Become B Corp Certified

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What Can
Businesses Do?

Business-as-usual is not addressing society’s challenges

  • Socially minded entrepreneurs and organizations are contributing to the greater good in whatever ways we can and choose.
  • Some create quality jobs, some foster healthier environments, some build stronger communities, and some tackle societal issues.
  • Some seek to buy from responsible companies, work for organizations with shared-value mentality, do business with companies that show they care.
  • With society’s infinite challenges and goals, it’s imperative for businesses to take on some responsibility and lead endeavors when we can.

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