Nominate a leader within your network who is combining profit and purpose to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) for the Meaningful Business 100 (MB100)Award in order for them to be recognized and celebrated globally.
Nominees will be selected across diverse sectors, roles, and geographies, and will be awarded due recognition in a community of other leaders amidst networking and connection opportunities.
Application Deadline: August 31, 2020
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Successful nominees will
- Become part of a global community of leaders solving the world’s most pressing social and environmental issues
- Gain access to content, events, mentorship, and partnership opportunities.
Nominations for the awards program is for individuals who have:
- Created positive, direct and intended impact aligned to one or more SDGs in the last 12 months
- Been the driving force behind the product, service, or project that combines purpose and profit.
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About the Meaningful Business 100 (MB100) Award
The Meaningful Business is a curated network of progressive leaders across the world, who are combining purpose and profit to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Meaningful Business 100 (MB100) was organized to set apart and celebrate leaders around the world who combine profit and purpose to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
It celebrates qualified individuals working across different sectors and fields. These include outstanding purpose-driven entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, impact investors and sustainability experts.
Key Dates and Order of Program
Nominations will close by Monday, 31st August, 2020.
Judges will evaluate nominations based on:
- The originality of the idea behind the product, service or project
- The longevity of the product, service or project
- Intersectionality: Ways in which the product is successfully creating impact across multiple SDGs
- Localization: Degree to which the product or service helps local communities take better control of their lives
- Scalability of the product, service, or project: Replicable?
- Inclusion: The representation of minority and marginalized groups
- Affordability: The level of investment required by the product or service (Low investment, high impact products or services will be favored)
- Use of innovation/technology to power the product, service or project
- Is the leader a role model for, and champion of, meaningful business beyond their own company?
The panel of judges include:
- Alan Greenberg- Founder & CEO, Gradience
- Assaad Razzouk- Group CEO, Sindicatum Renewable Energy
- Deborah Leipziger- Senior Fellow in Social Innovation, Lewis Institute
- Fiona Morgan- Recent Head of Group Campaigns, The Bigger Picture Team, Sky
- Florian Kemmerich- Managing Partner, Bamboo Capital Partners
- Geoff Mcdonald- Co-Founder, Minds@Work, and former Global VP, Unilever
- Liam Black- Executive Chairman, Big White Wall
- Mariéme Jamme- Founder of iamtheCODE, Web Foundation Board Member
- Myriam Sidibé- Founder, Brands on a Mission
- Nikhil Seth- Assistant Secretary-General, United Nations
- Ravi Sunnak- EVP, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Porter Novelli
- Sancia Dalley- Senior Vice President at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights
- Seipati Mokhuoa- CEO, Southern African Women in Leadership