Jun 23, 2015

B Lab | blab-se

B LAB wrote - How would the world change if the power of business were used as a force for good? How many lives would be improved if companies measured their impact on society and the environment as carefully as they measured their profit margin? What if all companies competed, not to be the best in the world, but to be the best for the world? The mission of the non-profit B Lab is to help...

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