Sunday, April 28, 2013

Event - Business 4 Better Conference: Saving the Planet Through B Power

Mightybytes’ Tim Frick presents “By Pixel and Pedal: Saving the Planet through B Power” at the Business 4 Better conference in Anaheim, CA, May 1st-2nd, 2013. Business 4 Better (B4B) is a two-day conference designed for people from mid-sized businesses who work in the areas of social responsibility, community outreach and corporate volunteer programs.

At this conference Tim Frick will address how Mightybytes partnered with Climate Ride, a charity bike ride for sustainable solutions, and used the B Corporation framework to spark a successful partnership that benefits both organizations.

By Pixel and Pedal: Saving the Planet Through B Power

When Mightybytes, an Illinois Benefit Corporation, took B Lab’s Impact Assessment it got creative when thinking about how to improve its score in the areas of community and environment. Tim Frick decided to partner with Climate Ride, a charity bike ride that raises awareness and money for climate change and green transportation advocacy organizations. He used the B Corp assessment framework to spark a successful partnership that benefits both organizations. This session will help conference attendees learn how one company clarify its mission, while ensuring the success of a nonprofit partner in key areas of online fundraising, community engagement, and social network reach. Read a case study on the partnership

The cost of the conference is $49 for an all-access pass.

For more information click here.

© 2013, Richard Matthews. All rights reserved.

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