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CC Blog: What You Can’t Be is a Hypocrite


By Geoff Campbell and Aleksandra Corwin of Round Table Companies A border wall. Abortion. Entitlement reform. Russian interference in the most recent presidential election. Gun control. Pick a topic and it’s likely that Americans are deeply divided on the issue—polarized and separated by their interpretation of the facts, or even holding alternate sets of facts. Continue Reading


CCF Partner Program + Live Workshop in Miami


Join Conscious Capitalism Florida in Downtown Miami on Friday and Saturday July 29-30, 2016. A program and live workshop built to show you how to have a greater impact in your industry through educational web training, an in person workshop in Miami, mastermind small groups and one-on-one consultations with business experts. Focused on your mission and Continue Reading


Brooksville Company’s ‘Yes we can” Culture Engages All Stakeholders


Brooksville company Accuform Signs celebrates a culture of “yes we can” and Wayne Johnson describes his family-operated business as “light on rules where we can be” to empower the company’s over 300 employees. Brothers Wayne and Dave Johnson grew up outside of Toronto and relocated to Florida with their family in 1977 after selling their Continue Reading

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Seattle Times: Largest organic grocer now Costco, analysts say


Costco Wholesale seems to have quietly surpassed Whole Foods to become the biggest organic grocer as it courts a younger demographic, according to one investment bank. In an earnings call last week, chief financial officer Richard Galanti mentioned that the Issaquah warehouse club’s sales of organic products exceeded $4 billion annually — up from a previous Continue Reading


Ft Lauderdale CEO Raises Wages Up to 50 Percent, Challenges Others


“We who are in responsible positions need to take a far more vested approach with the people who are working for us,” says Andrew Green, owner and CEO of Ft. Lauderdale-based based multimedia manufacturing company, Green Solutions. The 18-year-old company designs and manufactures printed materials and discs for the educational, religious, fitness, direct response, music Continue Reading

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Business Award Celebrates Seven Years of Sustainablity in Tampa Bay


On Wednesday, June 10, 2015 the Tampa Bay business community will come together to recognize and honor for-profit businesses in the Tampa Bay Area that engage in practices that increase economic opportunities and improve the environment and community. The Sustainable Business Coalition of Tampa Bay, Inc. and the University of Tampa Center for Ethics will Continue Reading

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Advertising Age: Taco Bell to Eliminate Artificial… ‘Simplify’ Food


Food marketers are increasingly updating their ingredient lists to appeal to changing consumer sentiment, with companies from Kraft to McDonald’s eliminating ingredients perceived as questionable, and now Taco Bell is the latest company to update its menu to respond to consumer demand. By the end of this year, the company will update its core menu Continue Reading

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HufPost: Reframing the Game: On the Pivotal Role of Business in Driving Societal and Systemic Transformation


The world faces enormous challenges, from poverty to food security and climate change. For too long business sat on the sidelines, unable or unwilling to be part of the solution to these systemic challenges. This is changing — as the limitations of governments in resolving these critical issues becomes increasingly apparent, as citizens increasingly demand Continue Reading

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HuffPost: Global Businesses & Climate Change: Don’t Get Left Behind


Here’s a simple fact: taking decisive action on climate change will cost us less than failing to do so. At Unilever, we operate in 190 countries with two billion people using our products daily. We take climate seriously because we know that it impacts those two billion people — and that means it impacts us, Continue Reading

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Huff Post: Why Business is a Force for Good, Yes Really


Cut to the evil businessman cackling as he counts his coins while his workers slave away in the salt mines, giving their lifeblood for his riches. We all know the story. It’s the common narrative of pop culture movies and TV shows. But what if this old story isn’t true? Consider this: Prior to the Continue Reading