June 2019 - The Good Business Club

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Celebrating individuals, companies and projects promoting positive change each month!

Ruth Anslow and Sara Osterholzer creating a network of change-makers and expert supporters in Brighton.

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Tell us a bit about you!

Ruth Anslow (co-founder of HISBE, ethical supermarket) and Sara Ruth (business coach), really care about you and your business and support their members by understanding their current challenges and offering tailored support based on their needs – whatever they may be. They keep members informed about opportunities, events and secure exclusive offers to help them move their businesses forward. They connect members up to the right people in the network and give entrepreneurs access to business experts in a range of areas. They are there when you need someone to confined in and there when you need someone to shout out about what you’re doing.

What amazing work you are doing or involved in for positive change?

The team of GBC business coaches Pop Up across the city every week to help entrepreneurs get unstuck so that they can do more good work and grow their impact in our city. Join one of their unique Group Problem Solving Sessions that take place every other week to get a taste of what they can do for you.

The Good Business Club only launched in January 2019 and have over 100 members in the network already. In this time, they have moved at least 80 of their members forward through bespoke coaching, advice or connections to the right people.

If you are starting up or are running a business that is doing good in your community or for the environment, Join The Club to get personalised support from their friendly team of business coaches and expert supporters in the network.

Where would you like to see yourself in 5 years?

The GBC team are ambitious and supporting entrepreneurs is the tip of the iceberg. Once they have a network of connected and supported businesses they have plans to campaign to make it easier for the general public to ‘Shop for Good’ and are also looking to create the right infrastructure and bring resources to the city to create an ecosystem where ‘Business for Good’ can flourish.


Social Media Links:

If you’re also interested in what business can do to positively impact out city, follow them on their social channels to hear about the great work they and their members are doing in the city.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGoodBizClub
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGoodBizClub/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoodbizclub/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-good-business-club/

You can also sign up to their monthly bulletin – a snapshot of what’s going on in the sector locally.