I've been tasked with exploring this on behalf of my company. I know it's a very rigorous and lengthy process, so I plan to start by taking their free assessment to understand where we are in our eligibility for certification.
Curious if there are other Pledge 1% member companies who have been through this process before!
Went on the journey yes and decided to step away even having over required threshold 'points to join'.
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Hey all, I am a B Corp that helps companies with B Corp certification. I also teach an MBA class on B Corps and serve on two different B Corp related nonprofit boards. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. It is rigorous and time consuming, but it is definitely the gold standard of corporate social responsibility (and the community is AWESOME).
Worth to have a gauge on return. I step purposely away from it regardless having the 'points'. Impact is what matters
Impact is indeed what matters, but the certification carries a lot of credibility. In a time where every company claims impact and commitments and accomplishments, B Corp is a pretty easy way to "prove" it.
Worth keeping an eye on recent developments and line of awarded brands.
Pay for a logo or invest on regeneration are 2 different things.
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