Join us on May 6, 2021 for an engaging and interactive seminar during which we will explain what B Corp status is, how it relates to the benefit corporation legal structure, and what it takes to be part of this global movement. Learn why other companies are going the extra mile and formally committing to balancing their impact on people and the planet with profits – and explore whether making that commitment is right for your business.
Profits and Growth for a Greater End
|Is your business committed to using profits and growth as a means to a greater end for your employees, community, and the environment? If so, your business should consider the newest type of corporate business structure and certification, which allows you to become part of a community of like-minded business owners who are committed to working toward those same goals. |
The B Corp community continues to grow – and currently includes more than 3600 purpose-driven companies, large and small, in 74 countries, in more than 150 industries – including companies like Patagonia, Allbirds, New Belgium Brewing, Grove, Athleta, King Arthur Flour, and Uncommon Goods – as well as smaller local businesses such as marketing firm Fig Industries, painting company Two Dudes Painting, and wholesale cookie manufacturer Stroopie, in Lancaster, Absolute Pilates in Mechanicsburg, and mental health services firm Community Services Group in Mountville.
B Corps believe businesses should:
- Be the change they seek in the world.
- Conduct business as if people and place mattered.
- Aspire to do no harm and benefit all through their products, practices, and profits,
- Act with the understanding that each is dependent upon another, and thus responsible for each other and future generations.
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If these principles align with your businesses’ core values and objectives, B Corp/benefit corporation status may be for you! Your presenters will be Mieke Driscoll, Chair of CGA Law Firm’s Business Law group, and Christine Nentwig, Co-Chair of CGA Law Firm’s Employment Law group, both of whom have worked with businesses in various industries evaluate and pursue B-Corp and benefit corporation status. Join these CGA experts for an enjoyable and informative working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants to share their insights, ask questions, and share valuable tips.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Christine Nentwig serves as Co-Chair of CGA’s Labor and Employment Law Group and is also a member of the firm’s Business Law Group. Her practice focuses on the representation of businesses regarding complex labor and employment matters in both the private and public sector. She has more than 25 years of combined experience as a labor and employment attorney, both in central Pennsylvania and downtown Chicago, and as a human resource professional with several Fortune 500 organizations.
Christine earned her Juris Doctorate (JD) from the University of Maryland School of Law and her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She received her Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from York College of Pennsylvania. Christine is also an adjunct professor at York College of Pennsylvania, teaching Employment Law and Labor Relations.
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Margaret “Mieke” Driscoll
Mieke Driscoll focuses her legal practice in the areas of Business and Corporate Law, Real Estate, Municipal Law, and Non-Profit Law. She is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm℠ and serves as Chair of the Business Law and Education Law practice groups. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Dickinson School of Law, Mieke brings a great deal of experience with her, both in law and in life. She was raised in York and is a graduate of York Catholic High School. Mieke has always actively supported various community efforts and programs. Her strong ethic of service to others extends beyond her community to her clients, as well.
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