Join a network of companies across Central Pennsylvania working to build stronger businesses and stronger communities by improving their social and environmental impact.


The Landscape Of Business Is Changing.

More than ever before, consumers and investors are driving companies to meet high standards of social and environmental performance and transparency—and business leaders are responding.

The Measure What Matters program gives you a way to measure, improve, and communicate your impact—helping you grow, distinguish, and sustain your business.

Take the Assessment


The Benefits Of
Becoming A Better Business

Increase Your
Bottom Line

Explore the financial benefits of responsible business.

Establish Competitive
Differentiation

Be a leader. Set your business apart by doing business differently.

Build Long-Term
Value

Look beyond the short term to sustain growth for your employees, your community and your business.


How It Works

Step 1 Assess

The B Impact Assessment is a free, confidential tool that will walk you through a series of questions to measure the impact of your company on your employees, community, and the environment.


Step 2 Improve

Once you complete the assessment, you will be able to see how you can improve your impact. Celebrate the ways your company is already creating positive impact, and identify a few metrics you can improve upon.


Start Measuring
What Matters

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What Business Leaders Are Saying:

Measure What Matters gives me a way to create systems and quantify things so that I can see my level of success in all areas that are important to me.

Crystal Weaver
Co-Owner, Prince Street Cafe & Passenger Coffee

The opportunity to collaborate with other entrepreneurs that are looking to use their businesses for the common good was hugely inspiring.

Jennie Groff
The Stroopie Company

Measure What Matters has given us a clear path to assess, understand and quantify our business practices and business philosophy.

Peter Barber
Co-Owner, TwoDudes Painting Company