“Businesses that weave positive social and environmental practices into their DNA have the collective power to change our world for the better. In our current times we need companies consciously using their business as a force for good WHILE making a profit more than ever!”

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Sue Hyatt, MS

Founder and Chief Impact Officer

Big Purpose Big Impact Ltd.

We Believe Businesses Have the Power to Change the World

At Big Purpose Big Impact, we’re on a mission to help values-driven companies make a positive social and environmental impact while pursuing profits.

You don’t have to choose between doing good and making money. With our boutique consulting and training services, businesses of any size can amplify their force for good in local communities and beyond.

Whether you want to transform an existing initiative or launch something completely new, we’re here to help. We’ll roll up our sleeves and work closely with you to:

  • Clearly define your social impact goals
  • Design targeted, high-impact community programs
  • Equip staff to integrate social responsibility into all you do
  • Measure results and optimize for even greater benefit.

We take a collaborative approach focused on YOUR unique business needs and capacities. The end result is a purposeful, thoughtful strategy that aligns seamlessly with your profit-making operations.

The potential is limitless when business and social good go hand in hand. Let’s connect to explore how your company can drive meaningful change – while fueling sustainable growth.

The time for purposeful business is NOW!

“Corporate philanthropy was once defined by the checks a company wrote to charities. But money, while critical, is only one of many assets a company can bring to bear – and often times, it is far less powerful than the skills and capabilities that companies can draw from their business operations and apply to solving big social challenges.”

Peter Scher, Head of Corporate Responsibility, JPMorgan Chase

Doing Good is Good for Business

Using business as a force for good goes way beyond “feel good” PR campaigns. It’s about putting purpose at the core of your operations – and reaping rewards for both society and your bottom line.

When you treat employees well, support communities, and minimize environmental impact, you don’t just help people and the planet. You also:

  • Attract and Keep Top Talent: Everyone wants to work at a company aligned with their values. Stand out by providing exceptional benefits, training, work-life balance and advancement opportunities.
  • Build Customer Loyalty: Today’s buyers want to support brands that give back. Share how you source ethically, uplift suppliers, and create products that make lives better.
  • Boost Productivity: Employees who find purpose and meaning in their work are more engaged and innovative. Rallies around core values inspire them to do their best.
  • Mitigate Risks: Strong ethics and sustainable operations identify issues early, prevent crises down the road, and future-proof for coming regulations

The “triple bottom line” recognizes that financials don’t tell the whole story. Social and environmental outcomes matter – to employees, customers, communities, AND your organization’s lasting success.

The greatest companies know doing good is also good for the bottom line over the long-term. Where could aligning social impact with profit start working for you?

Eye Opening Statistics

71% of employees say societal impact is a strong expectation or deal breaker when considering a job.

Edelman’s 2023 Trust Barometer

When a company leads with purpose, respondents were: 78% more likely to want to work for that company; 76% more likely to trust that company; and 72% more likely to be loyal to that company.

Porter Novelli’s 2021 Purpose Perception Study

73% of respondents believe that a company can take actions that both increase profits and improve conditions in communities where it operates.

Edelman’s 2020 Trust Barometer

87% of respondents believe that stakeholders, not shareholders, are most important to long-term company success.

Edelman’s 2020 Trust Barometer

72% of Americans say they feel it is more important than ever that the companies they buy from reflect their values. 76% say supporting companies that are addressing social and environmental issues helps them feel they are doing their part. Nearly nine-in-10 consumers (86%) say they’re likely to purchase from purpose-driven companies.

Porter Novelli/Cone’s 2019 Purpose Biometrics Study