We are proud to announce the launch of B4Purpose

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have created a completely new paradigm for how business and civil society address the most urgent challenges of our time.

For us here at The Social Investment Consultancy the SDGs are a new vision on how business is done to create necessary social change. And we see that a lot of businesses are living up to the challenge. Either by achieving the B-Corp certification or by rethinking their business model. 

As a consultancy driven by innovation and entrepreneurship we want to support those brave businesses who have their organisation aimed to tackle at least one of the SDGs, and assist those  businesses who are looking to work with these change makers.

Therefore we are proud to announce the launch of B4Purpose. A unique B2B marketplace connecting those businesses providing products or services that aim to achieve one of the SDGs with organisations that want to work with such companies. Together we can amplify change and support each other in the achievement of the SDGs for a better tomorrow.

Are you a business that is working towards a SDG?

We would love to help you to connect with new, potential customers, give you a new possibility to market yourself and support you in achieving your mission.

Sign up as a vendor/service provider on https://www.b4purpose.com/en/ and we will help you grow your business.

Are you looking to work with companies striving to achieve the SDGs?

Go to  https://www.b4purpose.com/en/ and find out more about our amazing partners on the platform and find the right solution for your company’s needs!

We are also constantly looking to improve our service for you. Come to https://www.b4purpose.com/en/ and tell us more about your experience, what worked for you and where we could do better. We appreciate your feedback and will take it to heart.

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