Top Business Leaders Join Forces to Show People How They Can Continue Voting Their Values After Election Day
(New York, New York)— Certified B Corporations—a global community of
more than 2,600 companies using the power of business to solve social and
environmental problems—have launched the “Vote Every Day” campaign
following the midterm elections. The launch of the campaign comes at a
critical moment when voters have just finished casting their ballots in one of
the most consequential elections in recent history.
Voting is one of the most important acts any person can do. Once ballots are
cast on Election Day, people can continue to vote their values every day by
supporting B Corps.
Certified B Corporations balance purpose and profit and believe that big
societal issues, including the need for equity, high-quality jobs and
environmental sustainability, cannot rest in the hands of government alone.
The “Vote Every Day” campaign allows people to vote with their choices of
products and services throughout their daily lives. By supporting B Corps,
people can vote their values with the purchases they make, where they
work, and the companies they do business with.
“People have a voice beyond the ballet box. People have the power to vote
for what they believe in everyday by supporting brands that reflect their
values. People deserve to know what their money supports, and by choosing
B Corps, they can rest assured the products and services they purchase are
creating an equitable and just society,” says Anthea Kelsick, Chief Marketing
Officer of B Lab, the nonprofit that certifies B Corporations and serves a
global movement of people using business as a force for good.
B Corps are committed to creating a global community that seeks to be a
force for good in the world. The “Vote Every Day” campaign is just another
step in creating the society we all want to see, one where everyone can
thrive.
About Certified B Corporations
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of
verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and
legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a
global culture shift to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
Today there are more than 2,600 Certified B Corporations across more than
150 industries and 50 countries, unified by one common goal: to redefine
success in business. Any company can measure and manage social and
environmental performance at
http://bimpactassessment.net.
Learn more about B Corp certification at
https://bcorporation.net/certification
Read stories about the community of Certified B Corps and the movement of
people using business as a force for good on B the Change:
http://www.bthechange.com.
      

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