The CBI recently gave a great seminar on the issue of race and equality and it was fascinating to hear John Amaechi speak about some work his company has done on this. They asked 10,000 people what words they associated with blackness – ‘strong’ was the most common followed by beautiful, athletic, music, minority. They […]
At Moneypenny the culture is going strong whilst a large percentage of its 1,000 employees are working from home, engaged, productive and giving their all for their clients. One of the key ways in which they are achieving this is through maximising the technology platform Workplace by Facebook which they were already using as a […]
This week is Fair Tax Week running from 13th-21st June. Fair Tax Week is a UK-wide celebration of the companies and organisations that are proud to pay their fair share of corporation tax; those who commit to following both the spirit and the letter of the law, creating a level playing field for business and […]
Following the collapse of their wholesale business due to Covid-19, one of our members, Raise Bakery pivoted into the online sale of flour. They have sold 10 tons of flour online and are on target to have one of their busiest months in their 11-year history. Raise Bakery is a Worthing-based family-run artisan bakery which […]
Our first case study looked at how a small consultancy firm had to adapt following the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic. For our second case study we look at how Richer Sounds adapted with the realisation its 52 stores would have to close. Julian Richer, author of ‘The Ethical Capitalist’ explained that the biggest challenge […]
This is our first case study of how our members are coping in the current crisis – read how a small company with a focus on well-being has adapted and responded to needs within the NHS. Boo Coaching and Consulting is one of our smallest members but is punching well above its weight at this […]
In this time where many businesses are facing immense challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, what does responsible capitalism look like? What does the Good Business Charter and its ten components have to say on the subject?