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Force for Good Fund

The first fund for "Best for the World" B Corps

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Bill Clinton Former President of the United States
You ought to take a look at these B Corporations... we've got to get back to a society that doesn't give one class of stakeholders an inordinate advantage over others.
Yvon Chouinard Founder of Patagonia
I hope that five years from now, ten years from now, we'll look back and say B Corporations were the start of the revolution. The existing paradigm isn't working anymore--this is the future.
Robert Shiller Winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics and Professor at Yale University
I think B Corporations will make more profits than ​other types of companies.​​
David Brooks Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times
B Corporations are a way to transcend the contradictions between the ineffective parts of the social sector and myopic capitalism.
Daniel Pink NYT Bestselling Author of "Drive" and "To Sell Is Human"
B Corporations recast the goals of the traditional business enterprise. They are becoming more prevalent as a new breed of businessperson seeks purpose with the fervor that traditional economic theory says entrepreneurs seek profit.

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Investors Wanted: Crowdfunding the First Accelerator for 'Best for the World' B Corps
September 24, 2016
We are excited to announce the launch of the Force for Good Accelerator / Fund. This accelerator / fund is designed to nurture, support and grow women and people of color-owned, climate-change solving, "Best for the World" B Corporations (i.e., companies that score in the top 10 percent of B Corps worldwide).
Companies with Benefits - The New Yorker
September 7, 2016
In recent years, Warby Parker has become the eyeglass-maker of choice for hipsters. In a recent GQ taxonomy of the different varieties of nerd, all but one of the nerds were wearing a pair of Warby Parkers.
Has the B Corp Movement Made a Difference? (SSIR)
September 7, 2016
The B Corporation movement has come a long way since the founding of B Lab (the nonprofit behind the B Corps) in 2007. Well-known companies such as Ben & Jerry's, Dansko, Etsy, Method, New Belgium Brewery, Patagonia, Plum Organics, and Seventh Generation are just a few of the more than 1,100 Certified B Corporations (distinct from benefit corporations) now established across 80 industries and 35 countries, including Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Kenya, and Mongolia.
Harvard Business Review: Why Companies Are Becoming B Corporations
June 17, 2016
The explosive growth of B Corporations seems also to be driven by broader trends and changes in the corporate landscape.
Interest in Social Mission Gains Ground Among Small Companies
April 24, 2015
Certified B Corps have to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.
The Best B Corps Might Just Be The Best Companies For The World
April 21, 2015
For most of the business world, the bottom line still reigns. But over the past several years, an alternative movement of companies dedicated to improving their social and environmental performance at the same time they focus on profit has emerged.
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