Webinar

Creating positive impact: your business as a force for good

7 October 2021 

Ever wondered what it takes to become B Corp certified?

Explore and understand more about this global network creating standards, policies and tools for businesses who are leading the way to benefit all people, communities and the planet.

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This session with the Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service and the organisation behind B Corp – B Lab,  explores the most common questions surrounding B Corps.  
 

The discussion covers: 

  • what the Global B Corp movement is
  • who the B Corp community are
  • how a business becomes certified
  • the business benefits of certification.
Natalie Brookes

Natalie Brookes

Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Richmond - Tweed (Ballina) | Business Australia

Natalie has a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment brings.

Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies

CEO | B Lab Australia & New Zealand

Andrew is passionate about the role business can and should have in improving the world, contributing positively to change, and enriching the lives of everyone in our community.

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