It is the main role of businesses today to serve the global community or to serve their employees, shareholders and customers?
Kasha Huk is the Country Manager of Canada at B-Lab. We talked about the mind-shift happening in the business world. The biggest and most capital intensive institutions like Black Rock commit their efforts towards a more sustainable and fair world for humanity and the planet.
Kasha is facilitating that emerging within big cooperations, medium-sized businesses and startups in Canada and around the world and gives us deep insights into the standards B-Lab is establishing in the economy.
In the podcast we are talking about:
- the match of profitable businesses and social/environmental impact
- what are the signs that we are witnessing a tipping point of companies that adapt to our global problems
- the interplay of politics, NGO´s and business
- how the externalization of costs (e.g pollution) is regulated and how "green" business will give their investors profitable investment possibilities
- impossible till someone does it - will we that in solving climate change?
- how to leverage the power of organizations like B-Lab
My key take away of the podcast is Kashas amazing "we will solve that mess" attitude and the positive energy that is creating.
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