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B Corps: Using Business as a Force for Good (Leadership Conference)

CPE

CPE Credits
1-Other

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PICPA Member: $0 | Nonmember: $39


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Course No.
ON-DEMAND
Level
Update
Prerequisites
None
Note

You will have up to 90 days after the date of purchase to complete the course and take the exam.

Description

If you attended this session at the Leadership Conference on September 18, 2017, this course would be considered a duplicate and cannot be used towards your CPE requirement.

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Hear Dan Osusky, CPA touch on the following:

  • Whether from external pressure or internal motivation, a growing number of businesses are considering their non-financial impacts on workers, communities, and the environment in addition to their financial performance. You’ll get an introduction to the "B Corp" movement, people using business as a force for good, as well as how companies and others can aim to actually measure and manage their performance on these non-financial topics through the B Impact Assessment.

 



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