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FounderCatalyst now supports Certified B Corporation

Written by
Sam Simpson
Last updated
11th May 2021

We are delighted to announce that the FounderCatalyst platform now supports start-ups striving to achieve Certified B Corporation status.

Choosing B Corp compatible Articles of Association takes seconds: simply enable the 'Include Certified B Corporation compliant Articles?' within the Advanced round configuration options and we will handle the rest.

From B Labs:

Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

Society’s most challenging problems cannot be solved by government and non-profits alone. By harnessing the power of business, B Corps use profits and growth as a means to a greater end: positive impact for their employees, communities, and the environment. The B Corp community works toward reduced inequality, lower levels of poverty, a healthier environment, stronger communities, and the creation of more high quality jobs with dignity and purpose.

B Corps form a community of leaders and drive a global movement of people using business as a force for good. The values and aspirations of the B Corp community are embedded in the B Corp Declaration of Interdependence.

To find out more please visit the UK B Corp page.

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