BIMA B-Corp Bootcamp – Workers

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BIMA has launched its first Bootcamp aimed at guiding our members through the process of becoming certified as “B-Corp” entities – certification which signifies socially responsible practices on behalf of all stakeholders involved (employees, investors and customers).


BIMA attracts a very specific type of company. So it’s no coincidence that we’ve seen a big increase in companies that are exploring B-corp status within the membership. B-corp status, while brilliant and worthwhile, is not always a simple journey.

With so many people exploring the idea and built around our ethos that everything is better with friends. We’ve pulled together some BIMA Members that have been through the journey and some that are about to embark on it. Feedback from the people that have just been through it was always that it would be better as a community rather than going it alone.

Join the BIMA B-corp boot camp for a 6 month programme that will take you through the different application steps from Governance to the Environment….all guided by our B-corp veterans.

This session will look at:

– Handbook

– Employee Benefits

– Employee development

– Worker Ownership

Who is it for?

Managing Directors, Founders, CEOs and anyone else who is going through the process.

Next in this series we will cover:

19 Jan – Community

15 Feb – Customers

15 March – Submission

This event is open to BIMA Members and Non- Members. For more information on becoming a BIMA Member visit the BIMA Site or email

Your Guest Speaker:

Holly Arnold, Sustainability Manager at Coffee & TV

Holly is a passionate advocate for climate action. After entering the advertising industry as a runner and CG artist at Coffee & TV, it wasn’t long before she took on the responsibility of helping the studio achieve B Corp status. Due to her hard work and dedication Holly became Coffee & TV’s first ever Sustainability Manager to oversee the studios impact and B Corp commitments. Inspired by the power of creativity to innovate and make the climate movement irresistible, Holly is optimistic and determined to transform the advertising industry into a force for good. With a holistic approach to business, she pushes Coffee & TV and other organisations to be the best for the world, not just the best in the world.

Your Hosts:

Gavin Shinfield, Co-founder and CSO at Kyan

Co-founder and CSO at Kyan, a technology agency and digital product studio, based in Guildford, Surrey — winner of Campaign ‘Best Places to Work’ 2021 and ‘Best Companies To Work For, Marketing & Media’, 2021.

Currently based in Zürich, Switzerland, Gavin is focused on driving change at Kyan. They aim to raise the bar for sustainable business, including leading the team to become B Corp certified.

Gavin is committed to delivering impact through sustainable technology and design and supporting others to do the same.

Ryan O’Keeffe, Founder & Business Lead at Jago

Ryan is a champion for transformation, a people promoter. An emotional intelligence coach, Founder & Business Lead at Jago

Ryan’s willingness to make himself vulnerable and share his truth encourages others to do the same.

Jago develops leaders’ identity, emotional intelligence and storytelling so they become known, liked and trusted.

As a result; leaders gain confidence and clarity on who they are and how to position themselves to have a positive impact on their people and the market they serve.

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Tue, 07 Dec 2021
10:00 - 11:00


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