Beyondly launch B Corp training course. Join the Movement!

Last updated: 28th September 2023

Beyondly in collaboration with ActNow Consulting are offering an exclusive, time-efficient support programme for small businesses who are looking to jumpstart their journey to B Corp.

Beyondly launch B Corp training course. Join the Movement!

B Corps are leading the shift in the systemic change to make businesses a force for good. The UK has become the fastest growing B Corp community in the world, with over 1,300 UK B Corps in a community of over 6,000 companies globally.

B Corporations are verified by B Lab, as companies which meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. In order to become certified, companies have to complete and achieve a score of at least 80 in the B Impact Assessment (BIA), alongside some legal requirements.

Beyondly’s one day B Corp training course, covers everything businesses need to know about the B Corp process, from completing the Business Impact Assessment (BIA) to what happens following submission and certification.

The workshop is run by Beyondly’s two highly experienced sustainability consultants, Susanna Jackson (PIEMA), a trained B Corp consultant and our Lead Consultant for Sustainability and ESG, and Liz Wood (MIEMA CEnv), our Sustainability Manager and Principal Consultant. Both are committed to enabling and supporting businesses wishing to be more sustainable, purposeful, and successful.

This highly anticipated training course will be delivered remotely on select dates. For more information and to secure your place, visit Beyondly’s website here, or email

Alternatively, if you have already started your journey to B Corp, Beyondly offer 1-1 consultancy to support businesses throughout this process.

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