Our members benefit from

  • Showcasing Good Practice

    We work with member organisations across Northern Ireland, helping them to develop their responsibility towards their People, the Planet and the Places where they operate.

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  • Networking and Sharing

    Business in the Community is the responsible business network. We believe that business is a powerful force for good.

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  • Benchmarking

    Benchmarking enables companies to see how they compare across a range of measures, and where they sit in relation to progress by other organisations.

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Campaigning for...

  • Social Inclusion
    & Prosperity

  • Climate Change
    & Carbon Footprint

  • Employee Wellbeing
    & Inclusion

  • CORE - The Standard
    for Responsible Business

Success Stories

  • Apex staff are making ‘Time to Read’ with local primary school pupils

    Over the coming school year, three members of staff from Apex will visit The Model Primary School in Derry~Londonderry, volunteering one hour per week to help pupils with their reading, on a one-to-one basis.

  • Suki Tea goes Plastic free

    Award-winning SUKI Tea Makers has grown to become a well-known brand, not just for great tasting loose leaf tea, but also for doing business in a responsible way.

  • Danske Bank raises over £200k for children’s mental health

    Danske Bank employees and customers have raised £208,000 for charity partner Action Mental Health in three years.

Our Transformational Members

Our Transformational Members are some of the most ambitious, enterprising and responsible organisations in the country.

News & Events

  • news

    17 Jan 2020

    ​Climate Change and Carbon Footprint top of the agenda for new Business in the Community Chair

    Chris Conway, Group Chief Executive, Translink, has been appointed as the new Chair of the responsible business network, Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI). The Chair is instrumental in driving the responsible business agenda, encouraging their organisation and others to take positive action to make NI a better place to work and live. The New Decade, New Approach deal focuses on growing the economy, health, education, housing and tackling climate change as priorities of the restored Executive.

  • event

    17 Oct 2019

    Ambitious Partnerships Conference: Linking Community and Business

    Back by popular demand, Jonathan Andrews, will take you on the journey from ‘remarkable partnerships’ between private sector and the charity/community sector to Ambitious Partnerships.

  • blog

    06 Jun 2019

    £2m National Lottery funding for older workers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

    The National Lottery Community Fund is investing more than £2 million of National Lottery funding on a project to support older people to remain in or return to work in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.