1. “While many companies our size and age are solely focused on funding products and profit, it’s part of our DNA to consider the world, the community, and the people around us.”
The mission of Wisconsin food manufacturer Tribe 9 Foods is to improve lives through food. This article looks at how this mission drives the business
, for example becoming a B Corp
, empowering their employees, and partnering with their community to tackle complex issues like racial inequality and climate change. A great example of how companies of all types can make a real impact in the world. 💥 2.
Here’s a way to start 2021 off with a bang: The Non-Obvious Beyond Diversity Summit
is “for anyone tired of talking about the problem and willing to be part of imagining the solution to create a more inclusive world.”
Sign up for free to attend this virtual summit and hear from over 75 experts on the future of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in business, tech, education, health and more. Takes place January 26th to the 28th. 📅 3. 99 good news stories from 2020, because even during the darkest of times, there’s been hope
. 💗 4.
This one is sure to get your creative—and entrepreneurial—juices flowing.
TrendWatching shares the 21 consumer trends and business opportunities with a purpose
they’re seeing for 2021. Even if you aren’t looking for a new business idea, this resource offers prompts to get you thinking about how you can act on these trends and innovations within your existing business. 💡5.
Porter Novelli brings us the top ten trends from 2020 for purpose-driven business
, and what they could mean for 2021.
I’m especially loving the trends of companies moving beyond carbon neutral to a carbon-negative future, and choosing collaboration over competition. 🤝