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Global and uk community

  1. Community slides The following slides contain: - Aggregate data on the global and UK community - Growth of the global community - Data on the total number of users of the BIA - Example B Corps from the global and UK community - Examples of Impact Business Models in the UK community These slides provide a variety of ways to convey this message and are intended to be used interchangeably i.e. some slides cover the same content but in a slightly different way. Feel free to pick and choose as you see best! If you’d like to use any of these slides or if you have any questions please get in touch with Georgie (
  2. Users of the B Impact Assessment
  3. 55,000+ USERS OF THE BIA 60+ GIIRS RATED FUNDS Impact Management B Lab helps tens of thousands of businesses, investors, and institutions manage their impact with as much rigor as their profits using the B Impact Assessment and supportive programs and partnerships. 100+ MEASURE WHAT MATTERS PARTNERSHIPS
  4. 762 2,294 3,995 5,557 7,508 11,704 18,756 27,205 39,330 54,256 55,405 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 NumberofBIAusers More and more organisations worldwide are measuring their impact using the BIA
  5. Institutions using the B Impact Assessment
  6. Global B Corp community
  7. Building a community of leaders A global community of Certified B Corporations who meet the highest standards of verified, overall social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. 2,020 CERTIFIED B CORPS 50 COUNTRIES 130 INDUSTRIES 1 UNIFYING GOAL
  8. The global B Corp community is rapidly growing 43 69 101 169 255 389 605 889 1,347 1,977 2,020 - 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Founders 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Feb 2017. NumberofcertifiedBCorporations
  9. “As a B Corp, Patagonia is proud to be part of a community of businesses who learn, share with transparency and support one another on this journey of improvement. It is the only way we can move forward with the urgency and momentum needed to solve the huge challenges we face from global climate change and strained social and economic systems.” Rose Marcario, CEO Patagonia
  10. UK B Corp community
  11. 124 UK B Corps £710m Total revenue 1,000+ UK pipeline
  12. Community growth and engagement Sustainable Development Goals Benefit Company Regional growth New products to meet market needs B Lab UK growth
  13. B Corps in the UK
  14. UK B Corp examples of Impact Business Models Customer benefiting products & services Products/services designed to create social benefit Workforce development Hiring and training for chronically unemployed populations Environment benefiting products & services Products/services designed to restore and conserve the natural environment Designed to give Charitable giving business models that donate 20%+ of profits to charity Supply chain poverty alleviation Supply chain strategies that reduce poverty e.g. trade terms, labour conditions Designed to conserve Environmental practices that redesign traditional processes to conserve natural resources
  15. Check out Ella’s Kitchen B Corp video…
  16. Employ ex- offenders and long term unemployed Created Dream Academy for all staff Introduced Living Wage across business 30% discount to community events, fed over 10k people Engaged suppliers in measuring social impact
  17. “Ordinary” businesses creating value “While some B Corps may exist with a specific goal to solve a social or environmental challenge, many B Corps look like “ordinary” businesses from the outside, but take practical steps to increase the positive social impact of their business through their operations” Mission Led Business Review, Cabinet Office, Dec 2016 Focussing on people Supporting local communities Managing supply chain • Employ ex-offenders and long term unemployed • Dream Academy • Living Wage • “COOK Selfie” • 30% discount for community events • Fed over 10k people • Supported over 150 community events • Supply chain MWM programme • Supporting great farming e.g. Good Pig award • Responsible sourcing