This month you are likely to hear a lot about B Corporations or B Corp for short.
So why is there a rise in B Corps and why does it even matter?
Today, it’s apparent that the traditional way of doing business with a singular focus on creating profit has contributed to many social & environmental problems and is an outdated and inefficient approach operate a business in the long run.
B Corporations are leaders in the global movement of people using business as a force for good. There are 2,457 Certified B Corporation® from more than 130 industries in 50+ countries with 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business.
In short, B Corps leverage their resources (creativity, manpower, and profits) to pay into a better world for people in general — creating a definition of success that includes the commonwealth and positive impact as necessary aspects of sustainable consumerism. It’s not charity, it’s better business.
B Corporation in Fashion
Gone are the days when choosing ethical fashion meant sacrificing either style, or your month’s rent, or both. More companies are finding ways to create beautiful, high-quality, affordable products without compromising supply-chain ethics or wreaking havoc on the environment.
B Corp Month – July 2019
To celebrate B Corp month, we want to share some amazing B Corp’s within Australia and introduce you to all the good things they are doing through their business…
For B Corp Month in July, these purpose-driven businesses have generously offered discounts to our community with code “BCorp10” till 31 July 2019: Floral & Fauna: 10% off storewide (excluding already discounted products). Mama Maya Organic $10 off any purchases over $50. Memo Bottle: 10% off on all Memo Bottle product. Koskela: 10% off all Koskela product both in-store & online.
All The Wild Roses is also offering a B Corp month special below till 31 July 2019.