Why Become a B Corp?

Dec 16, 2010 4:30 PM ET


Our firm, CSRHUB, recently decided to become a B Corporation.  We filled out a survey, went through several rounds of review, and thought deeply about some of the issues the process exposed.  We always believed we were a positive and progressive company.  We were pleased that our values fit well with those set out by this widely-respected and well-tested standard.

B Corps use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.  Unlike traditional corporations, B Corps agree to meet social and environmental performance standards, disclose their performance so that it is transparent, and include consideration of all stakeholder interests in their legal structure.

Now that we have been through the B Corp process, I wanted to offer anyone who is thinking about it, three reasons for becoming a B Corp:

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