The Good Business Foundation is thrilled to announce the recent accreditation of FTSE100 insurance company Aviva to its Good Business Charter which recognises responsible business behaviour across 10 components. Aviva becomes the first insurance company to make this commitment to care for its employees, suppliers, customers, the environment and pay its fair share of tax. […]
Press Release on Federation of Small Businesses and Good Business Foundation collaboration · Collaboration between Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Good Business Charter (GBC) brings opportunity to have best practice recognised · Richer Sounds and GBC founder Julian Richer describes development as “important step forward” · Initiative follows FSB research highlighting small business community roles throughout Covid […]
Good Business Charter Announces TSB Bank as First Retail Bank Member Members recognised for leadership in driving responsible business practices 3 August 2020. The Good Business Charter (GBC) today announced that TSB Bank is the first high street retail bank to join its leading responsible business accreditation scheme. The achievement recognises TSB for paying […]
Today we joined with over 350 other organisations to launch the #BuildBackBetter campaign. Polling done by the New Economics Foundation found that only 6% of the UK public want a return to the pre-pandemic economy. At the Good Business Foundation we believe businesses must take responsible business seriously which is why we launched our Good […]
A simple accreditation to recognise and reward good business behaviour has been launched when it has never been more important for businesses to regain trust and show they care about more than just profit.
Capita, Deloitte, London City Airport, Brompton Bicycles and Richer Sounds head the list of companies that will today join the Good Business Charter (GBC), an accreditation that seeks to raise the bar on business practices for employees, tax, the environment, customers and suppliers. Click here for more…
The way that business conducts itself has never been more important.
The Good Business Charter (GBC) will recognise and accredit those businesses that prioritise and care for their employees, the environment, customers and suppliers, whilst also paying their taxes according to the spirit of the law. The GBC seeks to inspire other businesses to follow suit. Click here for more…