Better Business – How Small Changes Can Make A Big Impact

14 June @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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An informal online meet up sharing better business experience, and discussing small changes you can make to have a positive impact.

About this event
Business is changing – just like in our personal lives, there are things we can all do to make a difference. From the way we do business, to who we work with and how; small changes collectively build to a bigger impact.

Join us on Tuesday 14th June at our informal online event where we’ll be sharing stories and discussing ideas over a cuppa about how businesses have made, often small changes which have had a positive impact.

We’re championing change and inspiring others to think about what they could do to make a positive impact, through their work, with stakeholders and locally – and build a ‘better business’.

Small achievable changes add up to make a move towards business for good. Could you work with more local suppliers and partners? How does your business manage waste? Do you provide employee benefits? How do you audit your finances?

Focusing efforts towards being socially and environmentally conscious within your business is an achievable target for any business. Whether you’re looking to ensure your business is conscious of the secondary effects of its actions or you’re looking to take it to the next level and become BCorp certified*, this event will enlighten achievable routes you can take to have a positive impact.

*Working to create a better environment for all lines of business, BCorp is a network of businesses who believe in change for good – for more information about BCorp visit https://bcorporation.uk/about-b-lab-uk/our-strategy/theory-of-change/.

Who is it for?
• Micro, small and medium size business owners in the local Oxfordshire area who are looking to make positive change to their business.

What will I learn?
• Inspiration for how to effect positive change in your organisation.

• Small achievable changes for how to change your business for the better.

• Learn more about the B Corp movement and how it could help your business achieve its overall mission.

B Corp Club Facilitators
Lucy Wendon – Community Manager of the Perch Eco Business Centre in Bicester

Grant Hayward – B Leader and Enterprise Support Manager for the eScalate Programme

Speaker
Gareth I. Jones – CEO Town Square Spaces

The co-working disrupter, Gareth is leading a UK co-working movement coming soon to a town near you. Town Square Spaces became a B Corp in 2019 and Gareth is a huge believer that everyone should have access to a co-working space close to their home.

 

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14 June
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5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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OxLEP Business

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