The Landscape of Business is Changing
Today, the world is faced with an array of social and environmental issues, and businesses from across the private sector are emerging as a force willing and able to address them.
Consumers, employees, and investors alike are calling for business to step up, and business leaders are responding by taking responsibility for the impact of their companies.
When a business takes responsibility for its impact and addresses some of the issues facing our world, something amazing happens:
The business not only benefits its stakeholders—its employees, communities, customers, suppliers, and the environment—but also creates value for the business itself. Companies do well by doing good.
Now more than ever, we have the opportunity to capitalize on this mutually-beneficial dynamic right here in Central Pennsylvania.
By working together to build a responsible business culture, we can forge a prosperity from which our friends and neighbors, rivers and landscapes, and companies will all greatly benefit.
Start building a responsible business culture today.
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Companies Do Well By Doing Good
Research shows that companies do well by doing good.
Companies can charge higher price premiums (up to 20%) based on positive corporate responsibility performance.
80% of people can name a company that stands out in their mind as a strong corporate citizen.
81% of employees say a company’s commitment to social issues is important when they decide where to work.
The first step to doing good is to measure all the positive things your business already does.
It Starts With Measuring Your Impact
The first step in understanding how your business can create value for both the larger community and for itself is measuring the impact of your business.
You have to understand how your company already has an impact on all its stakeholders—its employees, suppliers, customers, community, and the natural environment—in order to determine how you can create value based on your impact.
Sound complicated? That’s where we come in…
What We Offer
ASSETS provides a free service to measure and benchmark the social and environmental impact of your business
Through ASSETS, you have free access to a globally-recognized impact management tool called the B Impact Assessment, used by over 60,000 leading businesses across the world.
Our Measure What Matters service gives you a framework to measure, improve, and communicate your impact—helping you grow, distinguish, and sustain your business. And remember, taking responsibility for the social and environmental impact of your business doesn’t just benefit your company—it contributes to shared prosperity for all.
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Businesses Leading the Way
200+ Lancaster County businesses have already partnered with ASSETS to measure their impact, including:
So you’ve taken the B Impact Assessment. Now what?
Well… now the real work begins! But don’t worry, we can guide you every step of the way.
Improvement RecommendationsRead more »
We create a customized set of recommendations to enhance your business’s impact
Strategy SessionsRead more »
We provide personalized expertise to help you gain clarity and identify opportunities to ensure long-term success
B Corp Certification PrepRead more »
We equip your business with the resources and support to become a Certified B Corporation
Strategic Project ManagementRead more »
We help implement your business’ strategic initiatives
It takes a community to transform a community.
We’re proud to hustle alongside the following organizations to create an economy where everyone can prosper.
B LabVisit website »
ASSETS partners with B Lab — the nonprofit behind the movement of Certified B Corporations — to offer exclusive access to the B Impact Assessment.
In Good CompanyVisit website »
Business for good is good for business. In Good Company is ASSETS’ new initiative championed in partnership with The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Lancaster County Community Foundation.