Business in the Community stands for responsible business

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

  • RiverRidge: Utilising Waste Streams to Create Vehicle Fuel

    Repurposing of waste for vehicle fuel will see a 25% reduction in carbon emissions

  • Sustainability is embedded into Henry Brother’s core

    Henry Brothers is a leading construction company with bases in Northern Ireland, the Midlands and Scotland. The company’s work spans across a wide range of industries in the private and public sector and our vision is to be an industry leading and environmentally conscious business.

  • Blues Busters at Power NI

    Business in the Community's Sam Evans speaks to Megan O’Neill, Internal Communications and Engagement Executive at Power NI, about engaging remote staff and how the organisation is making work a little more fun

Our Transformational Members

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

News & Events

  • news

    19 Feb 2024

    ABP teams up with Cool FM/DTR for youth skills development

    Pupils from Aughnacloy College, Dromore High School, St. Colmcille’s High School and the Royal School Armagh were at the home of Cool FM, Downtown Radio & Downtown Country in Newtownards recently to practise their digital communication and presentation skills.

  • blog

    15 Dec 2023

    Social value and employing people with convictions – do they add up for business?

    by Kieran Harding, Managing Director, Business in the Community