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PROFIT FOR PURPOSE

 

“66% of respondents would pay more for products and services committed to positive social and environmental impact, up from 55% in 2014.”

More than ever before, the modern consumer is willing, able and disposed to become involved in the causes that matter to them. Having social impact at the core of the businesses they support is no longer a desire; it's an expectation. To be competitive in the modern market, brands need to go beyond paying lip-service to the idea of doing good. Companies with established social impact plans are generating billions in revenue from products and services with environmental or social good at their core, and this translates to value for stakeholders and business-owners alike.The Conscience Organisation is first and foremost a social impact business. We work with businesses to find and translate their purposes into meaningful ideas that have an impact on people, businesses and community.As a commercial partner, we not only help you live and breathe your purpose, but the work we do together helps us create a bigger positive footprint on the world, and allows us to invest in our social impact partners and NGOs.

 

Want to start changing the world?

 
Shareholder Value

“BUSINESS WAS CREATED TO MEET THE ONGOING NEEDS OF THOSE AROUND IT

 

BUT WE'VE MOVED AWAY FROM STAKEHOLDER VALUE, TO SHAREHOLDER VALUE."

Responsible organisations

"Only when companies measure their social and environmental impact will we have socially and environmentally responsible organisations." 

The Economist, 2009

 

"Creating a strong business and building a better world are not conflicting goals – they are both essential ingredients for long-term success."

-WILLIAM CLAY FORD JUNIOR, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, FORD MOTOR COMPANY

 

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"Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is dead.

Giving money to charity, staff volunteering, painting the community centre - all good things but peripheral to the business. They don't lead to the creation of new products and services, differentiate your brand, engage your people or achieve lasting social or environmental impact.

The answers to the world's biggest social challenges will not be found by governments, charities or NGO's alone. Increasingly big companies are creating new business models, new products and services that deliver lasting, financially viable solutions to the big problems we face."

Liam and Adrian Simpson, Wavelength.

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