Dee Agarwal, the co-founder of Goli Nutrition, discussed the various ways in which companies can integrate corporate social responsibility into their business and culture.
The concept of corporate social responsibility has existed for years, but the emphasis on its significance to business viability has increased as consumers have become more aware of social and environmental issues.
In fact, research indicates that 70% of consumers are interested in learning how the brands they support resolve societal and environmental issues, with nearly half (46%) stating that these efforts influence their purchasing decisions.
To comprehend how businesses can make significant commitments and initiatives to be responsible corporate custodians. Dee Agarwal, the co-founder of Goli Nutrition, discussed the various ways in which companies can integrate corporate social responsibility into their business and culture.
Seeking B Corporation Certification
Certification as a B Corporation is one method for businesses to demonstrate their commitment to corporate responsibility. This certification is awarded to companies that have met rigorous standards for verified performance, accountability, and transparency regarding employee benefits, charitable contributions, supply chain practices, and raw materials.
For a business to obtain this certification, it must have positive social and environmental performance, assure legal accountability to stakeholders, and share information about its impact in a transparent manner. Although the criteria for being recognized as a B Corporation are stringent, there are currently over 5,800 B Corps in 50 countries, including Goli.
Dee Agarwal stated, “We are incredibly proud to have received B Corp certification earlier this year.” This certification is evidence of our commitment to operate our business as a positive force not only for our customers and employees, but also for society and the environment as a whole.
Integrate Giving Back into Working Methods
It is only possible for a company to achieve B Corp status if it demonstrates a consistent and unwavering commitment to using its business to benefit the communities it serves. The “Goli for Good” initiative was introduced by Goli to ensure that the business supports a healthy planet and healthy communities.
Dee Agarwal stated, “Goli for Good is a social responsibility program that aims to improve the health and well-being of people around the world.” The foundation of the campaign is sustenance and sustainability.
The first pillar of Goli for Good is nutrition, as it is the foundation of healthy lives and communities. Goli has partnered with Vitamin Angels to provide a six-month supply of essential vitamins to children in need around the globe in an effort to increase nutritional support in underserved regions.
“Vitamin Angels is a non-profit organization that provides essential vitamins and minerals to children and mothers in need,” stated Dee Agarwal. “We donate a six-month supply of essential vitamins for every order placed on goli.com.” Dee Agarwal states, “We are incredibly honored and humbled to be able to use the growth of our business to help address the enormous challenges of malnutrition.”
Sustainability is coupled with a focus on nutritional accessibility.
“At Goli, we recognize that we have a duty to safeguard our planet and its resources. According to Dee Agarwal, this is why they use eco-friendly packaging and collaborate with organizations such as the Eden Reforestation Project.
Through its partnership with the Eden Reforestation Project, Goli endeavors to support the enormous reforestation of local forests. This initiative not only has a positive effect on the environment, but it also helps generate jobs in the surrounding area.
Goli endeavors to authentically and effectively integrate corporate social responsibility into their business model. “Making a positive impact and the success of our business go hand in hand because our mission to forge a healthier and more sustainable future is integrated throughout our business practices,” said Dee Agarwal. “And this is only the beginning.”