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.Read More
Networking and Sharing
Business in the Community is the responsible business network. We believe that business is a powerful force for good.Read More
Benchmarking enables companies to see how they compare across a range of measures, and where they sit in relation to progress by other organisations.Read More
Danske Bank has stepped up its commitment to addressing climate change by appointing a dedicated Head of Climate Risk and Strategy and signing the Climate Action Pledge for Northern Ireland, committing to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
Translink has a history of quietly managing biodiversity, however, its partnership with the then Ulster Wildlife Trust in 2007 brought about a stepped change in biodiversity awareness and assisted the organisation in directing and prioritising its work.
Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) Networks has 1,200 employees based in 15 locations across Northern Ireland.
Our Transformational Members
Our Transformational Members are some of the most ambitious, enterprising and responsible organisations in the country.
News & Events
15 Apr 2021
What makes you proud of your business? Enter the Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland today
If your business goes above and beyond to make a difference to society or to the environment, it’s time to be rewarded and recognised for your responsible business commitments and actions. Enter the 2021 Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland before the submission deadline, 5pm on Friday 11 June.
30 Mar 2021
Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland: How to Enter Workshop
Please join us for this event where we will clearly explain how companies can enter the Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland in 2021.
13 Apr 2021
Recruit, retain and retrain – the need for business to support older employees
There are more people over 50 in employment in the UK than ever before, and the employment rate of older people is on the increase.