Version 6 of the B Impact Assessment is Available for Public Comment

September 20, 2018 by in category News

Following the Beta and Alpha beta testing period of Version 6 of the B Impact Assessment, the public comment period formally started on Saturday, September 15th and will run for two months until Friday, November 16th. During this period, anyone who is interested may review and leave feedback on our draft by logging in to [...]

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Earth Month – Celebrating 8 Years of Saving Kakamega Forest

April 27, 2018 by in category B Corps, Blogs, companies

Abel Barasa, an early friend of ECO2LIBRIUM’s Executive Director, once said, “It’s difficult to conserve on an empty stomach.” A true sentiment, indeed, especially in one of the most densely populated and impoverished places on the planet, Kakamega. A place also home to one of the most vibrant, however threatened, ecosystems in the world Kakamega […]

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Impact: The new measure of success

January 29, 2018 by in category B Corps, B Lab East Africa, Blogs, companies, Founders tagged as , , ,

January 2nd marked one year since we started setting up B Lab East Africa, the first African regional hub to support the B Corp movement in Africa. B Lab East Africa was set up with funding from DFID to support East African enterprises using business as a force for good. This involves certifying high impact […]

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Talkenomics: The social entrepreneur

January 29, 2018 by in category B Corps, B Lab East Africa, Founders, News

Watch the full segment of K24 Inside Business Talkenomics on The social entrepreneur. B Lab East Regional Director Olivia Muiru ,and John Ambuya, Founder and CEO Of B Corp Greyfos, discuss the B Corp movement in East Africa.

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Greyfos Consulting on why they are crazy about Sustainability

January 18, 2018 by in category B Corps, Blogs, Founders, Uncategorized tagged as ,

“We want to leave better children for the planet not only a better planet for the children, because we know our environment suffers mostly under the growing demands of human consumption and misuse. We need to give kids time to connect with nature and love the Earth before we ask them to save it.” Ambuya John, […]

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