Continuing to drive social change: Xander becomes a Certified B Corporation

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Xander Talent are extremely proud to announce the acquisition of B-Corporation accreditation, further confirming the company's vision and commitment to social and environmental change.

Xander’s founders have always felt strongly about taking tangible actions that promote sustainable and positive changes within the corporate world. In holding ourselves accountable for our actions we will continue to embrace change through transparency by updating and sharing our goals & achievements in this area.

Co-founder and COO of Xander, Steven Hampson says: “This is an incredible opportunity for us to show that we are really making a positive change with all the work we do outside of revenue making.”“It is also a great indicator that we are embodying the values that define Xander.”

This a great way of showing our clients, partners, and social enterprises we work with our commitment to purposeful causes, and we hope to continue to build meaningful partnerships that expand our social and environment impact.

We would also like to thank the work B-CORP advisors have put in into reviewing our application, and their constant support throughout this process. Their competence and seriousness are a great benchmark of what this certification stands for, and it reassures us that this was a great step towards our objectives as a company.

What is B Corporation?

The B-CORP certification selects leaders in the global movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. Unlike other certifications for businesses, B Lab is unique in its ability to measure a company’s entire social and environmental impact.

B Lab is the non-profit network transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet.

Together, we are shifting our global economy from a system that profits few to one that benefits all: advancing a new model that moves from concentrating wealth and power to ensuring equity, from extraction to generation, and from prioritising individualism to embracing interdependence."