We’re also passionate about making people and the planet a priority alongside profit. Becoming a B Corp was a natural fit for BRM Projects and our business model. Our recent certification validates the positive impact of our existing efforts and we’re excited to be part of the Australian movement to do business a better way.
What is a B Corp?
If you haven’t heard of B Corp, think how significant Organic or Fair Trade certification is to the food and drink industry. B Corp certification is for sustainable and ethical business. B Corp businesses are better for workers, better for communities and better for the environment.
B Corps are certified by a non-profit, B Lab. Companies undergo a B Impact Assessment a rigorous performance review of business practices across a range of categories. The include:
Find out how BRM Projects measured up.
For BRM Projects, the certification process gave us a set of benchmarks to see how we measure up against other socially conscious companies. It gave us insight on how we can do improve our standards. As a business, it was important for us to be accountable and transparent in how we impact our community and environment.
B Corps share a unified mission to compete not only to be the best in the world, but to also be the best for the world.
Come join us as a certified B Corp
We know there’s a lot to gain by balancing profit with a more meaningful, purpose and we’re not the only ones...
We’ve joined the likes of Impact Investment Group and SilverChef, as well as global brands including Ben & Jerry's (Unilever), 4 Pines Brewing (AB InBev) and Etsy.
Globally, there are over 2,300 certified B Corps. In Australia, there are currently 184 certified B Corps. In our eyes, that’s not enough.
We’d like to see more Australian businesses take responsibility and prove they’re serious about using the power of business as a force for good.
We’re always keen to work with like-minded organisations.
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