Exploring stories of impact through business.
Dec 18, 2022
There were no major changes to our governance in 21/22 and we’ll continue to maintain our current governance and ownership set up
This our 3rd impact report, a 7 part snapshot of how things have been going of late.
"Up until recently, all most businesses cared about was maximising profits and value for shareholders without considering the broader impact of your business. The shift to prioritising people and planet alongside profits was prompted by a little something called ‘stakeholder governance’ – a model that puts all stakeholders (not shareholders) and purpose at the centre of business and delivers increasing value and sustainability over time." - B Lab ANZ
The shift to prioritising people and planet alongside profits was prompted by a little something called ‘stakeholder governance’
- B Lab ANZ
There were no major changes to our governance in 21/22 and we’ll continue to maintain our current governance and ownership set up, including our commitment to B Corp and purpose which are both baked into our constitution. (Shared in last year's impact report)
Rebecca Smallchua is the sole director, and the company is owned 100% by Smallchua Family Trust.
We have been considering team equity or profit share, and discussing it with the team. Over the next 12 months we’ll see if there is benefit, fairness and value to everyone.
We speak to the five areas of business that were particularly important this past 12 months, then one final wrap up on goals and intention-setting for 2022-23.
We spend a lot of time thinking about ways we can help create a sustainable future for our planet and the people on it. Businesses have the power to be a constructive or destructive force, which is the reason we’re selective about who we work with. By helping conscious businesses grow, we can help them increase their impact..
When taking on a client, we assess whether they contribute to one or more of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
If they’re destructive on any goal we won’t work with them. Simple. If they’re making real change for good we offer a low-bono rate, investing additional time into their business.
We acknowledge Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and pay respect to their cultures and Elders past and present.