B Corp Certification
B Corporation is a community of business leaders who are accelerating a global cultural shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
What we do
We are committed to growing the B Corp movement by helping companies become certified. We are passionate about this global movement and would love to help you join the B Corp community.
If you are just starting out:
We can guide you through the entire process of becoming a certified B Corp
If you have already made a start with the B Impact Assessment:
We can assist you to improve your impact score and get ready to submit for certification
If you are already B Corp certified:
We can design a Continuous Improvement Plan so you are ready for re-certification every 3 years.
The B Impact Assessment
The start of your certification journey is the B Impact Assessment. This is one of the most rigorous tools available to measure your company's impact. It's a challenging and comprehensive assessment of your business practices across a wide range of social and environmental areas.
You can find the B Impact Assessment tool here.
Learn more about B Corporation here.
The rigour of the B Corp certification process means that it takes serious dedication to complete. This helps to filter out businesses that are not truly committed to meeting high standards of performance, accountability, and transparency.
The result is a passionate, highly innovative group of some of the most socially and environmentally conscious businesses on the planet.
Because of its complexity and thoroughness, fewer than 35% of companies that work on the certification on their own and submit an assessment are ready to get certified. It's not uncommon to make mistakes completing the B Impact Assessment, and many companies find that they lack the time, resources and experience to follow the process through to the end.
I've been trained as a B Leader to help companies get certified. I can help you with the challenge of completing the B Impact Assessment by understanding how to answer the questions, what resources are required, how to gather the necessary data and how to formulate an improvement plan if you fall short of the necessary 80 points needed to certify.