The Good Business Journal was conceived to fill a gap in the market; to provide business-related content which is accessible and visually appealing.
The Good Business Journal will manifest this collaborative approach as a highly visual, editorially led and thoughtfully curated online destination for thought leadership in business, designed to tell unexpected stories, showcase creative business minds and spark inspiration. This will be a platform for both the established and the emerging, where you’ll hear from leading business voices side by side with bright young things, students, scholars, cultural figures and policy makers.
In our first issue we look at whether the future of food security lies in our cities; explore the relationship between profit and purpose; showcase some organisations already making strides in the world of ‘good business’ and hear from some of our correspondents around Europe about how the Covid-19 crisis has affected them both professionally and personally. You’ll see some names you recognise, and some that you won’t. You’ll find some things you agree with, and some you might not. You’ll hopefully find it thought-provoking, we’re pretty sure you’ll learn something.
So here it is – no jargon, no paywall, everyone welcome. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed making it. Get in touch if you’d like to get involved in Issue #2.
The Good Business Festival is passionately non-exclusive. It’s not about what you do or who you know. It’s not about agreeing on everything all of the time. It’s about everyone working towards a better world – no matter where you’re starting from.