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  • BlairForlaw

    It's so great that the either / or old silos are breaking down -- we can be both / and. We can envision possibilities without the old constraints.

  • Scott Moore

    I have a small company that profit shares with local charities. I'm too small to be a B corp but I still want to help our company and others like mine. Any suggestions on to grow and connect with like minded people.

    Scott Moore giveback2sac.org

    Scott Moore giveback2sac.org

    • santiagopm

      Scott, there is no limit to how large you need to be to be a B Corp, so long as you are at least 6 months in business. The certification fee is also on a sliding scale, so it will be very small for a company with modest revenue. B Corps have a strong tradition of buying from one another, that along with the myriad discounts available to certified companies adds up to a lot of growth potential. And you get to improve the sustainability of your enterprise through the help of third party standards and a community of like minded companies. Go for it.

      • Scott Moore

        We filed our llc in June so we are almost there. I will work that direction. I would love for our business to be a B corp. We have a lot to do and we can help a lot of people along the way. I'll do more research and move that direction.