Agile Leadership Network Spreads to Wilmington!

Impact Makers is active in our local Agile Richmond chapter and is proud to support the founding of a Wilmington chapter. Join them for their inaugural meeting on January 12.   Event Registration – Please visit the Wilmington ALN website and sign-up for the event today: http://wilmington-aln.org/Events.html   WHAT: Wilmington Chapter of the Agile Leadership Network […]

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Benefit Corporation Panel at Richmond Unite

Impact Makers CEO Michael Pirron participated in a panel on Benefit Corporations on September 9, 2011.  Michael and other business owners discussed their decisions to form B Corporations and Benefit Corporations. The conference was hosted by Richmond Unite as a fundraiser for local charities and included esteemed guest Sir Richard Branson. A Panel of Benefit […]

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Free Webinar on Careers with Social Impact

Bring Your Passion to a Career with Social Impact Impact Makers would like to alert our friends and colleagues about an insightful webinar focused on finding a career with social impact. Dr. Mark Albion’s annual worldwide free webinar will take place on December 9, 2011 at noon Eastern Standard Time. Dr. Albion, founder of Net […]

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Governor’s Website Features Impact Makers as Job Creator

Governor Bob McDonnell declared November “Job Creator Appreciation Month” and has been profiling Virginia companies that have created jobs in the Commonwealth this year. On November 10, 2011 the Governor’s home page featured Impact Makers as a Virginia Job Creator. Read the profile.  

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PA Nonprofit Law Blog on B Corps and Impact Makers

The Pennsylvania Nonprofit Law Blog posted Prosperity and Integrity: Harnessing the New Power of Benefit Corporations in October 2011. They discuss the benefits of being a benefit corporation. Some of which include saving money, differentiating your company, finding partners with similar viewpoints, and growing your company faster and smarter. As real-life examples, they list some inspiring and successful B Corps, including Impact […]

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Impact Makers Wins 2 B Corp Champion Awards!

Impact Makers’ CEO Michael Pirron was honored with two awards at the recent B Corp Champions Retreat. The invitation-only event celebrates the past year of action and results in the B Corporation community. This year’s event, the third annual, was held October 25-27, 2011 in Philadelphia. ‘I’m Just a Bill’ Award Impact Makers received the […]

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The Impact Makers’ Model Spreads: Ingage Partners

This is a testimonial to the power of the Impact Makers’ model. At the B Corp Champions Retreat in October 2011, Rodney Willett and Michael Pirron met the founders of Ingage Partners,  a management and technology consulting company based in Cincinnati, Ohio, that modeled their company after Impact Makers. Ingage Partners’ CEO Kelly Dolan and […]

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Join us for an Interactive, Free Kanban Workshop on November 15th

Impact Makers, in partnership with Agile Richmond, is presenting a Kanban Workshop with Daniel Vacanti of David J. Anderson and Associates, the firm responsible for developing Kanban. Kanban is more than a software development methodology, it has project and operational elements to drive efficiencies and make your organization’s performance and processes more predictable. Join us for […]

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Rodney Willett Speaking at Randolph-Macon to Celebrate Social Entreprenuership Week

Randolph-Macon College celebrates Social Entrepreneurship Week, October 24-24, 2011. Rodney Willett of Impact Makers is speaking Monday, October 24th at 7:00pm about Impact Makers’ unique business model, where all profits are donated to charitable community partners. Read more at: http://www.rmc.edu/News/11-10-20-Social-Entrepreneurship-Week.aspx

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Rodney Willett Discusses Benefit Corporations

Rodney Willett, Vice President Business Strategy, discussed benefit corporations in an article appearing in the Richmond Times Dispatch on Monday, October 3, 2011.  In the article Willett explains the difference between benefit corporations and traditional stock corporations. Read the entire article on the Richmond Times Dispatch website.

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