General Interest Connecticut

reSET and Social Enterprise Supporters Celebrate B-Corp Legislation

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Yesterday, was 2+ years of hardwork paying off for social enterprise supporters as Benefit Corporations is now a new law. Connecticut’s statute will be the most comprehensive in the United States, encouraging new businesses and jobs. New corporate structure enables social enterprises to solve social or environmental problems and make a profit. Next week, as a part of the Startup Roadshow coverage of ...

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Frank Marco and Melinda Agsten of Wiggin & Dana Discuss B Corp Legislation in Connecticut

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Earlier this year, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy introduced a bill that would grant corporate status to organizations called benefit corporations (or B corporations) in Connecticut. B corporations have publicly declared double bottom lines, pursuing socially or environmentally beneficial missions in addition to profit. Twenty-two states and the District of Columbia have enacted legislation recognizing B corporations, including New York and Massachusetts; ...

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The Friday Clock-Out

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As part of our mission to help entrepreneurs succeed, we keep our ears to the ground for all of the biggest community news. In the Friday Clockout,we recap the past week’s developments within our community beyond what we covered in The Whiteboard, and take a look at the week ahead.

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