The B Lab team works across the lands known as Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.
In Australia, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians, and pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. We recognise the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities' strength and resilience in the face of colonisation. We honour their continuing connection to land, water, and skies, and recognise that for generations, they have lived the values we work to share: inclusivity, sustainability, and regeneration.
In Aotearoa, we pay our respects to ngā Iwi taketake, and honour the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi: protection, participation, and partnership.
Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balance purpose and profit.
B Corporations, or B Corps, make decisions to create a positive impact for their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.
Globally, B Corps are leading the way in using business as a force for good.
B Corps in Australia & New Zealand
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.
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Start the Introduction to B Corps short course
Understand the basics of certification and the pathway to B Corp with this free online short course from Torrens University Australia.
Stories about B Corp
Why become a Certified B Corp?
We envisage a world where businesses compete to be best for the world, the people living in it, and the natural environment on which our quality of life depends. Join the community of B Corps to help realise this goal.
Your business can benefit from certification in a number of direct ways.
SERVE COMMUNITY & PLANET
"The B Corp movement is one of the most important of our lifetime, built on the simple fact that business impacts and serves more than just shareholders — it has an equal responsibility to the community and to the planet.”
How to certify
Depending on where you are on your certification journey, use these resources to help you get to the next step.
AN INTRODUCTION TO B CORPS
The what and why of becoming a Certified B Corporation
Understand the basics of B Corp, the pathway to certification, and how to apply the values in your role with this free online short course from Torrens University Australia.
EXPLORE THE GUIDE TO CERTIFICATION
A step-by-step guide for the B Impact Assessment
Before you start the assessment, read through our new guide to help prepare you for the certification journey. It covers everything from setting up your assessment to what happens after you submit.
Using the B Impact Assessment is free. A one-off submission fee of $250 applied if you submit your assessment for verification. Certified B Corporations pay certification fees annually based on the organisation's total revenue for the 12 months prior.
Please note these prices are in AUD or NZD, depending on the country of headquarters.
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This pricing applies to new certifications from 1 July 2021 - for current Certified B Corporations paying annual fees prior to this date, legacy pricing will be applied.
*Companies with annual revenue exceeding $1b, please contact B Lab directly to find out about fees
Not sure where to start?
Get across the fundamentals of
B Corp certification
This on-demand online short course is designed to give you an understanding of the global B Corp movement of people using business as a force for good. Invest one hour of your day in finding out more about the values, processes and standards that underpin B Corp Certification.
We're here to help
The B Lab team is here to help organisations on their certification journey.
If you're starting out, recertifying, or anywhere in between, get in touch.
BECOME A B CORP ONLINE WORKSHOP
Complete your B Corp assessment
A great way to get your business moving on the pathway to becoming a B Corp.
A 90-minute workshop followed by a 90-minute Q&A session 2 weeks later. Work on your assessment in between the sessions, and get your questions answered by experts.
HIRE A QUALIFIED B CONSULTANT
Get tailored support to become a B Corp
B Consultants are experienced consultants trained by B Lab Australia & New Zealand to support companies to improve their impact and become B Corps.
Collaborate with us to build an impact-driven economy
Want to build the B Corp community and make impact-driven business the norm in Australia and New Zealand?
PROVIDE PRO BONO/IN-KIND SUPPORT
The B movement is built on collaboration. To grow our collective impact we welcome:
Pro bono services
Access to venues for training, seminars and workshops
Media and promotional opportunities
SKILL UP YOUR BUSINESS NETWORK
For business and professional associations and networks, peak bodies, and accelerators and incubators who want to help members understand, manage and improve their impact.
BECOME A B CONSULTANT
An in-depth training program for consultants committed to supporting companies to improve their social and environmental impact, and to become Certified B Corporations (B Corps).
Organisations who believe business as a force for good and want to go one step further are helping B Lab Australia & New Zealand with donations, specialist expertise, pro-bono products & services and more.
If you are interested in partnering with B Lab, please get in touch.
About B Lab: The organisation behind B Corp
B Lab is the nonprofit network transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet. We create standards, policies, tools, and programs that shift the behaviour, culture, and structure of capitalism. We mobilise the global B Corp community towards collective action to address society’s most critical challenges, and we collaborate with governments, academia, coalitions, and other institutions to drive economic systems change.
To date, our community includes over 4,200 B Corps in 76 countries and 150+ industries. More than 100,000 companies manage their impact with the B Impact Assessment and the SDG Action Manager. Learn more here.
Australia & New Zealand team
Get in touch
We're here to help B Corps, people going through certification and industry partners who support us in Australia & New Zealand.
For basic enquiries and information about certification, we recommend starting with the resources provided above.
Please note that due to increased demand, our response times are longer than usual. Our team will get back to you as soon as possible.