Businesses

Who Do Good

Do Better 

While change is never easy and even scary sometimes, socio-economic transformation creates holistic and long-lasting success worth every effort. Our member’s experience as well as recent studies show improved results in vital KPIs for any business. 

1

Good Businesses grow faster

Socially driven businesses have outperformed S&P 500 by more than 10 folds between 1996 & 2011.

2

Good Businesses are stronger brands

88% of CEOs believe integrating a clear core purpose enables their companies to generate better value for customers, and higher customer loyalty.

3

Good Businesses acquire better talent

72% of Top executives believe infusing a clear shared vision, and core purpose enabled their companies to stand out as an employer brand capable of attracting top talent.

4

Good Businesses’ Employees are more engaged

When surveyed - millennials, who highlighted they believe they are working for purposeful companies - are 5.3 folds more likely to stay versus those who don’t feel a clear company purpose.

5

Good Businesses attract the next customer segments

79% of surveyed business leaders see a clear correlation between purpose and business success, in addition to 75% that clearly believe that infusing purpose enables both short term and long term value creation.

6

Good Businesses’ are more innovative

Companies with a strong sense of purpose innovate better according to 53% of top executives who prioritized purpose, said their companies are doing great with innovation. While 63.5% of CEOs believe an integrated purpose can clearly inspire innovation.

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