It’s time to meet the 2019 Best For The World: Certified B Corporations leading the way in building an inclusive and regenerative economy for everyone. Honorees in five categories — environmental, community, customer, worker and overall—are recognized for earning a score in the top 10% on the B Impact Assessment, while a separate list honors B Corps with the greatest impact improvement (the Changemakers).

In the coming weeks we’ll highlight how these B Corps are proving that competing not only to be best in the world but best for the world is a winning strategy in our B the Change Weekly Friday newsletter, and on our B Corporation Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram channels.

Here’s a look at all the good stuff we shared last week:

Meet the Business Leaders Who Vote Every Day for a Better Way to Do Business: B Lab Announces the 2019 Best For The World Honorees

Building a Better World, Starting with the Health of Their Communities: B Corps Use Business to Improve Social and Environmental Factors that Have a Big Impact on Our Well-Being

Top 10 Ideas That Show Business Roundtable CEOs How To Create Value For All Stakeholders

Gen Z Is Shaping the Future of Work: How Employers Like Athleta Are Stepping Up to Meet the Values of the Next Generation

How B Corps Balance Benefit for All with Workers’ Well-Being: CEO of UK B Corp Explores the Relationship Between Doing Good in the World and Meeting High Employment Standards

Reshaping Business to Nurture Corporate Accountability: How B Corps Demonstrate the Value of Business Social Responsibility

Community Currency Builds Local Economy and Resilience: Entrepreneur Chris Hewitt Works to Strengthen Hudson Valley

4 Ways to Avoid Compassion Exhaustion: Purpose-Driven Business Leaders Aren’t Immune to Burnout

Meet the Leaders of the Future of Business: B the Change Weekly

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