Chapter Program TB Inclusion

Workplace Inclusion: In Today’s Diversity Climate (Tampa Bay Program)

September 14th, 2017

All too recently, incidents such as the Charlottesville rally have shook the nation. As individuals, we have come together as a community to support those affected. But as business professionals, many are left unsure of how to address diversity and inclusion in the workplace. On Thursday September 28, The Conscious Capitalism Florida Chapter is hostingContinue Reading

Scott Cooper, Co-Founder & CEO of MEJDI Tours

Tolerance Through Tourism

November 1st, 2016

BRINGING SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS TRAVEL TO THE MASSES Ten years ago, two young men from traditionally-opposing backgrounds shared a common passion: Peacebuilding. Today their Wellington, Florida-based B-Corp, MEJDI Tours, takes people to historically conflict-riddled areas and other destinations across the globe, providing unique perspectives that raise awareness, tolerance, and human dignity. Their original approach has beenContinue Reading

Julie Price

Mission-Based Business Helps People with Disabilities

September 27th, 2016

9 LESSONS LEARNED FROM A NONPROFIT-RUN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE More than Just Business When companies need to dispose of their office computers, certain that sensitive data is first wiped clean, they send those old PCs to ARC Broward I.T. Asset Recovery. In doing so, they’re not just protecting their client’s privacy; they’re also providing training and employment opportunitiesContinue Reading

Debbie Farah, Founder, Bajalia International Group

Opportunity, Education and Empathy Take Fashion ‘Beyond Fair Trade’

July 14th, 2016

Social enterprise advocate and a champion of education for women globally, Debbie Farah never expected to be known for either. However, her love of fashion and a rare job offer as a young Arab girl, that afforded her the chance to go to college, set her on a path to impact countless lives around theContinue Reading

2016-07-29 CCF PP Miami

CCF Partner Program + Live Workshop in Miami

July 6th, 2016

Join Conscious Capitalism Florida in Downtown Miami on Friday and Saturday July 29-30, 2016. A program and live workshop built to show you how to have a greater impact in your industry through educational web training, an in person workshop in Miami, mastermind small groups and one-on-one consultations with business experts. Focused on your mission andContinue Reading

Corporate Philanthropy with an Exponential Twist

June 15th, 2016

While it’s not uncommon for companies to donate to charities, Gold Coast Coffee, which equips and supplies office breakrooms throughout South Florida, is scaling up the concept. In a new initiative, CEO-founder Tim Myette is offering to donate 10 percent of each client’s invoice to the client’s charity of choice in that client’s name. HeContinue Reading

Through Design, Landscape Architect Improves Community and Business

April 27th, 2016

When Rebecca Bradley and Gage Couch left the corporate world in 2010 to open the landscape architecture firm Cadence in downtown Fort Lauderdale, they wanted to do business in a way that reflected their values. So, they adopted a “triple bottom line” business model. As they work with public and private clients to design outdoorContinue Reading

Recycler with Purpose Finds Many Rewards in Social Enterprise

April 19th, 2016

For Tony Selvaggio business has “always been a search for purpose.” So when he started eSmart Recycling in February 2014 as commercial metal recycling company he found that the industry’s emphasis on price over loyalty left him feeling empty. The company, founded as Scrap On Spot, was quickly profitable but Selvaggio, like many social entrepreneurs believed that evolvingContinue Reading

A Cup o’ Conscious Capitalism

March 24th, 2016

“We wanted to start something that combined coffee and philanthropy,” says Suzanne Bernal, General Manager of Axum Coffee in Winter Garden.  From the day the first shop opened in 2010, she says the intent has always been to give away 100 percent of net profits.  “The owner doesn’t make a dime,” Suzanne says of herContinue Reading


Sustainability Makes Tampa Bay Lightning Winners On and Off the Ice

October 27th, 2015

It is pretty well known in Florida that the Tampa Bay Lightning is an amazing hockey team. Having made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals last season, most of the world also knows. And in Tampa Bay most people know that owner Jeffrey Vinik and the entire organization are an example of how conscious businessContinue Reading