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Forces for Good, a new podcast that tells the story of economic systems change through the lens of the B Corp movement. more

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes18Founded2 years ago
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Latest Episodes

Why don’t Black and brown entrepreneurs have the same access and opportunities as their wealthy, white counterparts?  How can access, opportunity and support empower these entrepreneurs so that their great ideas are able to thrive and make a differen... more

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6 months ago

What is philanthropy’s role in finding the next world-changing great leader? What if the solutions to some of the world's biggest problems are out there, but they just need a little help scaling?  more

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6 months ago

Why does purpose matter? How can for profit companies have a positive impact on their communities? How are purpose and profit linked?  more

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7 months ago

How are food and justice linked? How can we change the way our society approaches nutrition? How can businesses and individuals be a part of that? more

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7 months ago

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 32 ratings
  • Goodwill used up

    I love everything B Corp. I prefer clothes from B Corps, I have worked on B Corp startups, I get various B Corp newsletters and I‘m presently seeking to work for B Corps. I‘ve listened patiently to their newest podcast, but my patience ran out halfway into S1E8. The show is often repetitive and I don‘t just mean that Patagonias black friday advertisement gets mentioned regularly, in episode 8 the saying „If you want to go fast go alone, …“ gets repeated 3 times within 10 minutes. As all B Corps ... more

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    Little Man from Another Place
    Switzerlanda year ago
  • Common sense & solutions!

    Movements like Blab and Bcorp really give me hope that we can solve the injustices and problems in the world - because they show there are people and companies out there who do care and are actively taking positive action. more

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    5
    balletstudent
    Australiaa year ago

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