There’s no doubt that business is a powerful force for change and it shapes our world for the better or worse. So why don't we harness the power of business for good, creating purpose-led businesses that directly benefit people and planet, as well as make money.
Imagine cities where all businesses are working towards a social or environmental goal - we could create transformational societies.
Like many cities across the world, Brighton is seeing a raise in businesses that are putting meaning and purpose at the heart of their strategy. Join The Good Business Club community on Tuesday 12th November from 6:30pm till 8:30pm at PLATF9RM Grounds in Hove, to see some real-life examples of these 'Business for Good' models.
Now! Charity Group - an enterprising charity who are broadening their financial model to free themselves from the constraints of ever dwindling and increasingly competitive funding opportunities
RubyMoon - an established social enterprise who's model reduces plastic waster by creating high-quality, slow fashion swim and gym wear as well as supports female entrepreneurs getting their businesses off the ground in Africa, Asia and South America
Anything is Possible (AIP) - a startup marketing consultancy that specialises in data-driven, integrated communications who are developing a business model around people, planet and profit
Who is this event for
Entrepreneurs, investors, directors, specialists, and any other social impact enthusiast. If you work in the business sector and want to be inspired and learn from other businesses who are purpose-led, come and connect with like-minded people over some drinks and nibbles and leave inspired with ideas on how to use business as a force for good.
£25 (includes nibbles). Book here.
6:30: Arrival and refreshments
7:00: Welcome from Ruth Anslow and Sara Osterholzer, Co-founders of The Good Business Club
7:15: 'Business for Good' showcases
7:45: Open Q&A from attendees
8:00: Mingle with like-minded people
08:30: We will leave the venue at 8:30 but will be moving to a bar nearby for those interested in continuing the conversations
This event is part of Meaning Fringe, a week of events and opportunities to learn, share and laugh with fellow travellers on the road to better business. At the heart of Meaning Fringe is progressive business conference Meaning. Happening on 14 November at Brighton Dome, Meaning is the unmissable event for people who believe that business has a critical role to play in addressing the challenges of our time.