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Free NEW SERIES

Small Business,
Big Impact

Case study interviews with Australia's leading people- and planet-positive small and medium businesses
and startups.

You don't have to be big to make a difference. Many smaller businesses are having an oversized impact, creating positive outcomes for their communities, employees and the environment.

Join me in this free new series to explore how these SMEs are changing their business and their industry and how being purpose-led has benefited the business and helped them thrive.

Practical tips and lessons learned to apply in your own business

How did your favourite sustainable, ethical brand get where they are?

We'll look behind the scenes at how these businesses have tapped into their sustainability superpowers and the often winding road through challenges, pitfalls and successes so you can learn from their experiences and accelerate your own journey.

Learn about emerging environmental and social issues relevant to your industry, how to address them in your business practices and strategy and how to engage your customers and employees in your efforts.

Join live to have your questions answered!

These interviews will be recorded live to allow audience Q&A, so join us if you can! They will then be published on YouTube and podcast. All totally free.

You can also join the conversation in the Better Business Alliance Facebook group before and after the session to ask questions, access resources provided by the speakers and network.

Upcoming sessions

3 November, 12pm AEDT

Koskela

Sasha Titchkosky, Co-founder and CEO

Koskela was the first furniture and homewares company in Australia to be a B Corp certified in 2017. Its products are proudly Australia-made, GECA certified and low carbon.

We'll speak to Sasha Titchkosky about their commitment to local manufacturing, supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, and using sustainable, natural materials.

Industry: furniture and homewares
Key sustainability focus areas: Australian jobs, supporting indigenous artists, carbon reduction

Sasha Titchkosky

If you don't see a registration form pop up, contact us to register.

17 November, 12pm AEDT

Goodwill Wine

David Laity, Founder & CEO

Goodwill Wine is a certified social enterprise donating 50% of its profits to charities chosen by its customers. Inspired by the outpouring of support following the Black Saturday Bushfires, David Laity decided to pay it forward and create a business that would harness the power of positive drinking.

With labels like 'Love your work' and 'You deserve this', they spread good will up and down the value chain.

Industry: winemaker
Key sustainability focus areas: charitable donation, employment of disadvantaged staff, carbon neutral delivery

If you don't see a registration form pop up, contact us to register.

1 December, 12pm AEDT

99th Monkey

Nick Sheridan, Founder & Director

99th Monkey makes natural nut butters, pure and simple, free from animal products, gluten, palm oil and GMOs. Their products are also carbon positive, having not only reduced and offset emissions all the way back to the raw materials and packaging, but also offsetting an additional kilogram of carbon for every kilo of nut butter sold.

After years of persistence, 99th Monkey has also just made it from your local farmers' market onto the shelves at Coles, so I look forward to speaking to Nick about that journey!

Industry: food products
Key sustainability focus areas: full product carbon footprint, carbon neutral, whole foods

If you don't see a registration form pop up, contact us to register.

15 December, 12pm AEDT

Red Hat Impact

Cameron Neil, Co-founder and Director

Ret Hat Impact supports impact enterprises to raise capital, build an effective business, and connect with partners. They bring a network of impact investors and experience developing transformative impact models to help founders, entrepreneurs and business managers grow their positive social and environmental impact.

I will also be speaking to Cam about the new crowd lending platform, LendForGood, which will make impact lending more accessible and fuel greater impact.

Industry: impact investing
Key sustainability focus areas: impact enterprise, raising impact capital, transformative impact models

Cameron Neil with microphone

If you don't see a registration form pop up, contact us to register.

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Past sessions

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Etiko

Nick Savaidis, Founder & Director

Industry: apparel
Key sustainability focus areas: Fairtrade, ethical production, eco-friendly materials
Interview topics: Fairtrade certification, ethical consumer demand

Bank Australia

Jane Kern, Senior Manager Impact Finance

Industry: banking
Key sustainability focus areas: sustainable finance, carbon reduction

Interview topics: banking for good, sustainable lending, net zero carbon, becoming a B Corp

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