Description This Autumn will see Brighton Table Tennis Club launch a forthcoming league for businesses to get involved, called ‘Blazing Paddles, a chance for companies
In a world where sea levels have doubled in the last two decades in comparison to the last century, where it is estimated that all our fossil fuels will be depleted by 2060, and about half of humanity is living on less than $5.50 a day, the world needs businesses now more than ever to look at building better models that positively impact people and the planet.
But from ESG reports to Bcorp certifications, from flexible working policies to eco-packaging, it can be overwhelming to know what to do or where to start, right?That’s why at The Good Business Club we’ve designed the Good Business Framework to demystify what it means to be a good business and to showcase real-life examples of what organisations are doing to build better businesses.
I believe one of the most powerful tools we have in this space right now is the experiences from those businesses that have been pioneering and innovating in this space for decades. They have tested out new models and trialled innovative approaches. The lessons they have learned can save businesses years of resources, capital, and most importantly, a time when looking at doing business differently. So let’s start by looking at the Good Business Framework and then explore existing approaches local businesses in Sussex are already seeing the benefits of.
Description At the time of writing, the Rugby landscape is currently being dominated by the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa, under the