The 2014 Sustainable Business Network Directory is now available.
The 2nd annual publication, produced in partnership with Grid Magazine, pulls together businesses based in the Greater Philadelphia region that are working on sustainable initiatives or are sustainable in their operations. A wide variety of of businesses are represented, from cleaning and packaging to accounting and bookkeeping.
Every business in the directory is also a member of the Sustainable Business Network (SBN). SBN members are required to measure their social and environmental practices by completing the B Impact Assessment, which was developed by B Lab and is generally considered the best tool on the market for this kind of social impact benchmarking.
In addition to contact information and business addresses, SBN asked its members how they interact with community. Those stories are included throughout the directory.
You can read a digital copy below:-30-
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