Join fellow B Corps and accreditation experts Energise, Bates Wells and Happy for a free webinar delving into the certification process, with a focus on the legal changes required to become a B Corp.
Taking place on Wednesday 25th October at 11am, the session will be hosted by an inspiring panel from Energise, Bates Wells and Happy, with expertise in B Corp governance, workplace consultancy and ESG strategy. With this combined experience, plus having completed the B Corp certification process themselves, the webinar promises to provide unique insight and inspiration.
Wherever you are on your accreditation journey, ‘B Corp Basics’ will be an informative hour including:
- An overview of the B Movement momentum and why there is still so much untapped potential;
- A variety of strategies B Corps are implementing to go further with their accreditation and ensure impact;
- Q&A with law experts Bates Wells discussing the legal and governance changes required in the process;
Meet the hosts:
Louise Harman, Partner at award-winning, purpose-driven law firm Bates Wells;
Louise is a member of the B Lab board, expert in B Corp governance requirements, and impact lawyer helping clients committed to positive social and environmental change.
Henry Stewart, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer of London-based learning provider Happy Ltd.;
Henry was listed in the Guru Radar of the Thinkers 50 list of the most influential business thinkers in the world and his book, The Happy Manifesto, was short-listed for Business Book of The Year.
Vibhati Bhatia, Managing Consultant of the Social Sustainability solutions team at Energise;
With vast experience in ESG strategy and a dedication to environmental and social justice campaigning, Vibhati leads sustainability consultancy Energise in developing strategic solutions for B Corp certifications, DE&I, Wellbeing, Cultural change, Human Rights, and more.
Can’t attend the live webinar, but interested in accessing support on your B Corp journey? Register anyway and we will follow up with a recording of the session.
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