Business as (un)usual: can people and planet really come before profit?

Hello! Capitalism, eh? Despite its creative genius, some would say it's at the root of many of the problems we're facing these days, from planetary breakdown, to poor health and social inequality. How can it become the solution? We're revisiting the idea of purposeful business, a way of re-thinking our system so that companies are also putting the needs of people and the environment up there with profit. CEO of Graze Joanna Allen explains how the Better Business Act and B Corp movement will enable this in the UK. We're talking to Charles Conn about Patagonia's 'earth is now our only shareholder' ethos. Finally, we chat to Cemal Ezel, founder of Change Please, a social enterprise which tackles homelessness through the power of selling coffee. 


Joanna Allen, CEO, graze (@grazesnacks)

Charles Conn, Board Chair, Patagonia (@patagonia)

Cemal Ezel, Founder of Change Please (@CemalEzel / @ChangePlease)

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Learn more about the Better Business Act and B-Corps

Find out about Patagonia's environmental commitments

Visit one of Change Please's locations

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