Trading for Good is a new digital service that has been developed to help showcase the amazing contribution Britain’s smaller businesses make to local communities in the UK. Designed much like a social media platform, the service provides small businesses with their own profile page that people can search and find out what is happening at a local level.
By sharing what businesses are doing we are aiming to create the UK’s most recognizable brand in Trading for Good - ‘The Mark of a Good Business’ and really promote the benefits of responsible business practice. Led by a number of SME’s who have come together to co-create this new service, it has received startup funding from BIS and Visa Europe.
Kay Allen, who pioneered the idea with the support of Number 10 and BIS said: "We're helping small businesses who do good work in their communities to get noticed. We want to tell potential customers about the great things they're doing as well as providing information and advice on how small businesses can do more."
The service has received the endorsement of business Minister Norman Lamb who said: "My advice to any small business is give Trading for Good a chance - go onto it, sign up and find out how it can benefit your business. I think it could be incredibly powerful for your business."
Sign up to Trading for Good and help promote social action to even more businesses.
Sign up for Free at www.tradingforgood.co.uk
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