Are you curious about B Corps?
As the B Corp movement continues to grow, more and more people are learning about B Corps, yet it’s common to have questions:
These are just some of the questions that come up when you’re new to the B Corp world.
This presentation is designed to introduce you to the B Corp movement. You’ll walk away with a better understanding about what B Corps are, why they matter, how you can get involved and support the movement, and what resources are available to you to learn more.
Accolades from previous webinar attendees
“The webinar has created a great deal of clarity. We are still in the exploratory phase with our company. The webinar helped me to take the next steps in our organization and to inform the rest of the team.”
“The content and agenda for the webinar was great! Lots of great information and in a digestable format.”
“Very useful overview of the B Corp concept and introduction to the application process.”
“Informative, impactful, uplifting!”
About the presenter
Carolina Miranda is the Founder of Cultivating Capital, a Certified B Corp since 2012 that works with small businesses to improve their sustainability and social impact practices. She specializes in helping companies align their business with their values by implementing best practices for social and environmental responsibility.
As a B Corp Consultant, she has helped businesses to achieve B Corp certification, get recertified, and to maintain their certifications. She is currently participating in a pilot program run by B Lab to train external verifiers and is receiving extensive training from B Lab in order to perform certification verifications independently. She is a frequent speaker presenting about B Corps at webinars and conferences, including all three of the B Corp Leadership Development Conferences held in 2020. She serves on the Executive Committee for the B Corp Women CEOs We the Change movement, supports the B Local activities in the SF Bay Area, and was awarded the 2020 Community Builders award from B Lab for her contributions to the community.