About
News
BECOMING A B CORP, Part 2: Health and wellbeing should be policy, not a nice-to-have

HarrimanSteel has just started out on the path to B Corp certification. In this monthly series, our Managing Director, Leah Forsyth-Steel, will be sharing her B Corp journal, describing the complexities of the process, talking with experts in the field, and sharing some hopefully helpful advice for those interested in making the leap into the world of B Corp themselves. 

Here is a taster of Part 2:

B Corp is bandied about a lot - particularly in our industry. I feel confident saying that most people know what it means in essence and, more so, they see the reputational value in being able to make the claim that they are one. But essence and rep aside... What is it? And why would a small independent creative agency want this certification?

Why would we jump through the minimum of 80 necessary hoops to gain this? And more importantly, what kind of changes would we need to make in order to achieve it?



To read this month's journal entry in full, click on the link below.

Read full article
Previous article
Next article
September 9, 2021
NEW CLIENT: We are excited to announce our newest client, Dutch pushchair innovators Bugaboo
September 6, 2021
NEW WORK: Allbirds pop-up space at the iconic Parisian department store Le Bon Marché
September 1, 2021
NEW HIRES: With our growing team, say hallo to our new members
August 9, 2021
NEW CLIENT: We are excited to announce our partnership with revolutionary sustainable sneaker brand Allbirds
August 6, 2021
BECOMING A B CORP, Part 2: Health and wellbeing should be policy, not a nice-to-have
July 29, 2021
NEW HIRE: Say hallo to our new Senior Creative, Nathan Dytor
July 23, 2021
IN THE MEDIA: ECD/Founder Nick Steel talks to Muse about his all-time favourite HS project
July 9, 2021
IN THE MEDIA: Read our take on the importance of elevating female athletes in shots magazine
June 18, 2021
CAREERS: We're on the hunt for an Amsterdam-based Graphic Designer!