Thought Leadership

The Business Council for Peace "("Bpeace") www.bpeace.org has a proven track record of helping increase the participation of women in economic activities and helping businesses grow. This piece details the approach Bpeace takes to do so and shares

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Thought Leadership

As the worldwide economy begins to emerge from a three-month medically induced coma, small businesses are poised to lead the way in building back better — with more innovation and agility, and more aligned with customers.

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When Covid-19 first hit, businesses responded in the way we would have expected, putting the safety of their people first before facing the loss of customers and revenue. Now as the crisis continues to ebb and flow, many are innovating.

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Where’s the best place to turn for business advice in the middle of a crisis? How about to business leaders who’ve learned to thrive against a backdrop of constant crises?

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Bias is not something anyone usually brags about. But for nearly two decades, Bpeace has had a bias for women-led businesses and women’s employment.

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We analyzed data from 100 Fast Runner businesses in the Bpeace portfolio to assess the impact of our philanthropist / skillanthropist network on local communities and women-led businesses. The findings exceeded even our own expectations.

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Today, 101 Bpeace Fast Runner businesses generate $81 million in revenue, producing a ripple effect in Afghan, Guatemalan and Salvadoran communities as employees spend their wages and buy local products and services.

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It’s that time of year when we are deluged with worthy causes seeking our financial support. So how do we decide? As you assess your options for philanthropy this year, I suggest applying three criteria: 1) Personal Engagement; 2) Measurable Imp

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