Conscious Capitalism

Conscious business enterprises and people (also called conscious capitalism) are those seeking awareness of the effects of their actions and implementing practices that benefit both human beings and the environment. The conscious business movement in the US, which emerged from the theory of corporate social responsibility, pushes for "values-based" economic values where values represent social and environmental concerns at both global and local scales. This effort is related to not-just-for-profit business models, conscious consumerism, and socially responsible investing.
Posts about Conscious Capitalism
  • 3 agencies that specialize in cause marketing

    … by Havas PR. More than half of the respondents (54 percent) agreed that in the coming year they would like to buy brands that let them support well-being and sustainability. Now, an entire cottage industry has sprung up of agencies specializing in helping brands find the right cause to embrace — an army of good Samaritan matchmakers. Here…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 21 readers -
  • 6 Things You Should Know About Biz Stone

    … confidence, my blog was my alter ego. It was a fictional creation that began with the title, inspired by an old Bugs Bunny cartoon guest-starring Wile E. Coyote. In one scene, the perpetually clever coyote says, “Permit me to introduce myself,” then presents a business card to Bugs with a bit of pomp. It reads: ‘My name is Wile E. Coyote, Genius.'” So…

    Albert Costill/ Search Engine Journalin Google Facebook Twitter- 9 readers -
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