KK: The easiest way to check if a company is a B Corp is to look for the Certified B Corp logo on their product or website. You can also visit bcorporation.net to see profiles, complete with B Impact Reports, for every one of our 1200+ certified companies. I'd encourage everyone to check them out, seek B Corps while shopping, and ask their employers to use the B Impact Assessment to start measuring their social and environmental performance. You can't improve what you don't measure, so simply establishing a baseline is a great start.
JB: Agreed. Thanks so much for talking with me, Katie. Once again, it's been a pleasure and I've learned so much. Kudos to B Lab and the growing number of B Corps all over, making the world a better, more livable place!
KK: Thank you, Joan. It's been my pleasure and I look forward to speaking more in the future.
For more specifics about B Corps, see:
bimpactassessment.net for the B impact assessment
bestfortheworld.bcorporation.net for the best for the world lists
bcorporation.net for general knowledge and to search for B Corps
my previous articles on this subject:
1100 Certified B Corporations in 121 Industries, 37 Countries! 12.16.2014