Business in the Community’s Annual Report 2021-2022 - Business in the Community

Business in the Community’s Annual Report 2021-2022

Read about Business in the Community (BITC) purpose and what it has done to achieve it during a challenging 12 months in our 2020-2021 Annual Report.

Read about Business in the Community’s (BITC) purpose and its impact, during a challenging 12 months in our 2021-2022 Annual Report.

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Who we are and what we do

Business in the Community (BITC) and our network of business members are leading a movement to create a fair and sustainable world in which to live and work.

Formed in 1982, and with His Majesty King Charles III as our Royal Founding Patron, we are the largest and longest-established membership organisation dedicated to responsible business.

We work and campaign with more than 600 members to continually grow their responsible business practices, uniting our efforts for greater social and environmental impact in our communities.

Our focus

We grow the responsible business movement and collectively create a greater impact focused on:

What we offer

We provide expertise to measure and improve your impact in responsible business.

  • We encourage you to be faster, braver and bolder in how you create sustainable change.
  • We create a unique network of leaders who together want to solve problems, share insight and take action.
  • We profile best practice to lead and inspire others.

What we ask

  • Take action to be the most responsible business you can through a journey of measurable improvement.
  • Embed responsible business at every level throughout the organisation.
  • Grow the movement through your wider networks to enable change at pace and scale.
  • Share your learning and take pride in your leadership, bringing others with you.

Why join

  • Work and learn with a unique community of over 600 businesses to lead, influence and take action.
  • Access expert advice, best practice, research, training and BITC’s Responsible Business Map.
  • Take collective action with likeminded organisations to improve the communities you work with.

Make responsible business your business