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Benefit Corporation Governance and Compliance

From our “Becoming a B” series on CSRwire. So, you’re a Benefit Corporation.  Now What? There is a broad misconception amongst B Corporation founders that the “legal piece” of being a B Corporation is simply something for the attorneys to handle. Not so, according to B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle. … Read More

An Analysis of the B Corporation Legal Requirements

An Analysis of the B Corporation Legal Requirements One of the most common questions I get – “what is the difference between a B Corporation and a benefit corporation?” – is sometimes followed-up by the equally-important but less-frequently-asked question, “how do they relate to one another?”  To address this nuanced … Read More

Can Becoming a B Corporation Make You More Profitable?

From our ongoing “Becoming a B” series on CSRwire. Can Becoming a B Corporation Make Your Business More Profitable? Since B Lab created its B Corporation certification four years ago, responsible businesses have rushed to earn the coveted “B Corp” seal of approval.  Today, over 15,000 businesses have begun using B … Read More

What is the Difference between a B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation?

What is the difference between a B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation? While commonly used interchangeably, B Corporation is not just an abbreviation for benefit corporation.  They are in fact two separate but related things. The “B Corporation” label is a certification for businesses that use the power of business … Read More

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Managing B Corporation Impact Performance and KPIs (Video)

Managing B Corporation Impact Performance and KPIs (Video) B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle, JD, MBA, is an expert in B Corporations. In this video tutorial, he describes how the B Impact Assessment can assist businesses with managing impact performance and impact KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). The impact assessment allows companies … Read More

Using B Corp Status to Raise Mission-Aligned Capital (Video)

Using B Corporation Status to Raise Mission-Aligned Capital (Video)  B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle, JD, MBA, is an expert in B Corporations. Here, he discusses raising mission-aligned capital. By affirming a public benefit purpose in their legal entity, and abiding by the B Corporation’s strict legal standards, B Corporations will … Read More

Why Become a Benefit Corporation? (Video)

Why Become a Benefit Corporation? (Video) B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle, JD, MBA, is an expert in B Corporations and the benefit corporation legal entity. He is the Drafting Author of the Benefit Corporation Legislative Memorandum and co-author of a leading scholarly treatise on the entity, published in Emory Law … Read More

What is the Difference Between a B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation? (Video)

What is the Difference Between a B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation? (Video) B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle, JD, MBA, is an expert in B Corporations. Here, he explains the difference between a certified B Corporation and a Benefit Corporation legal entity.   Dirk discusses that a third-party entity called … Read More

B Corporation Legal Entities

“The Benefit Corporation: An Economic Analysis”

“The Benefit Corporation: An Economic Analysis” was authored by B Revolution Founder Dirk Sampselle and Affiliate Attorney Kyle Westaway and was published in Emory Law Journal, a leading journal for legal scholarship.  The article analyzes the benefit corporation legislation and provides recommendations to state legislatures, boards of directors, and courts of … Read More

“The Need and Rationale for the Benefit Corporation”

This article was authored by B Revolution Founder Dirk Sampselle with B Lab staff and volunteers in 2011 (Dirk served as a volunteer on B Lab’s policy team in 2011). Executive Summary There is significant interest in state legislatures and bar associations across the United States regarding legislation to introduce … Read More

Benefit Corporation Governance and Compliance

From our “Becoming a B” series on CSRwire. So, you’re a Benefit Corporation.  Now What? There is a broad misconception amongst B Corporation founders that the “legal piece” of being a B Corporation is simply something for the attorneys to handle. Not so, according to B Revolution founder Dirk Sampselle. … Read More

An Analysis of the B Corporation Legal Requirements

An Analysis of the B Corporation Legal Requirements One of the most common questions I get – “what is the difference between a B Corporation and a benefit corporation?” – is sometimes followed-up by the equally-important but less-frequently-asked question, “how do they relate to one another?”  To address this nuanced … Read More

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18 Questions Employees Have For Leaders

By Sue Funkhouser Gallup Research has shown that the #1 reason employees leave their job is their manager.  It has been said, “People join a company, people leave a manager.” Within the context of an employee’s tangible and intangible needs, below are some of the questions employees are thinking about … Read More

18 Questions Employees Have For Leaders

By Sue Funkhouser Gallup Research has shown that the #1 reason employees leave their job is their manager.  It has been said, “People join a company, people leave a manager.” Within the context of an employee’s tangible and intangible needs, below are some of the questions employees are thinking about … Read More

18 Questions Employees Have For Leaders

By Sue Funkhouser Gallup Research has shown that the #1 reason employees leave their job is their manager.  It has been said, “People join a company, people leave a manager.” Within the context of an employee’s tangible and intangible needs, below are some of the questions employees are thinking about … Read More

18 Questions Employees Have For Leaders

By Sue Funkhouser Gallup Research has shown that the #1 reason employees leave their job is their manager.  It has been said, “People join a company, people leave a manager.” Within the context of an employee’s tangible and intangible needs, below are some of the questions employees are thinking about … Read More