Posts Tagged ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’

What is a Social Enterprise?

A social enterprise is a revenue-generating organization that uses market strategies to meet social and environmental goals. This sounds similar to Corporate Social Responsibility, and it should. Both are aimed at positively impacting society and the environment through business. So, what’s the difference, and why do we need both? Or do we? · Read More

What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

Businesses don’t exist inside vacuums. Regardless of mission, every organization impacts its employees, customers, society, and the environment, and not always in an intentional or positive way. Imagine that a business has lines coming out from it linking it to these larger social and environmental elements, things like community well-being or air quality. Companies can […] · Read More

Tesla’s Miss America Problem

In transparency, it’s critical to be the first mover. When your credibility comes into question, the first thing to do is act credibly. · Read More

Why Marriage Equality Matters to Sustainable Business

At BGI, we understand that sustainability is so much more. We treat sustainability as a holistic approach to business where financial, environment and social stakeholders benefit from the business’ purpose. · Read More