Happy Hour with B Local Triangle
Come celebrate B Corp Month, meet of the newest B Corps in the Triangle, and connect with some old B Corp friends!
Forbes Documents Prota Fiori’s Collaboration with MBA Students in the B Corp Clinic
With the help of the NC State B Corp Clinic, Prota Fiori has become the first woman-owned sustainable luxury footwear company in Italy to achieve B Corp Certification, and Forbes is talking about it!
Refining B Corp Success
In light of the business community’s ongoing emphasis on promoting environmental and social good, more companies are intent on certifying as Benefit Corporations (B Corps). NC State professors conducted exploratory research to find out more about how they differ from other entrepreneurial ventures.
The Real ROI of Business Sustainability
Business leaders are understanding that the impact of their operations goes far beyond finances and that improving sustainability is much bigger than the bottom line. Jessica Yinka Thomas shares her insight into why it’s important for companies to share their sustainability efforts, how they can measure the impact of those efforts and more.
Poole Podcast: B-Corps and the Triple Bottom Line
Episode 10 of the Poole Podcast features Jessica Thomas and Eric Henry sharing inside information on B-Corps & the Triple Bottom Line.
Better Business Teaching Note
This guide is to be used by the thousands of academics incorporating elements of the B Corp movement into their curriculum. Many people view B Corporations as just another certification, but this book details how the foundations of the movement can be used in every business model.
When Business Sustainability Education Leads to a Career of Social Impact
by Badri Yashwant Kuram, Recent Jenkins MBA Graduate Although I was familiar with businesses taking the path towards sustainability, in the past I believed that it was mainly to meet regulations set by the government or certifying organizations like the […]
BSC Director Wins 2020 Fuqua Leader of Consequence Award
BSC Director, Jessica Yinka Thomas, recently received the 2020 Fuqua Leader of Consequence Award. The award, established in 2012, recognizes alumni from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business whose exemplary professional accomplishments are matched by the significant positive social or environmental change they have created. Recipients embody Fuqua's concept of a "Leader of Consequence" by using their degree to make a difference both inside and outside of the boardroom. Thomas was recognized for her work teaching business as a force for good and leading the global B Academic network.
NC State hosts second annual B the Change networking event
NC State hosted its first B the Change networking event which connected students to benefit corporations.