Ethical business - develop your ethical business

By staff writers
February 23, 2009

click here for ethical business tipsSeeking a higher profile for your ethical company? Want to be connected to other ethical companies?

You should consider joining Ethical Junction, a self-supporting, not-for-profit network of ethical businesses.

Formed in 1999, the network is a portal to a wider world of ethical business for consumers and businesses alike. It brings together in one online nexus many hundreds of retailers, investors, consumers all of whom are deeply concerned about issues of sustainability and ethics in business, but also about affecting change in wider society.

Ethical Junction has a directory that gives consumers easy access to the ever growing list of ethical products available online.

'Pulse' its online forum enables discussion, idea-sharing and an easy way to stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings in the world of ethical business.

Membership of Ethical Junction will give you and your business access their wide range of resources, and to their helpful staff, who are always on hand to offer advice. Many ethical companies have successfully raised their profile and increased their profitability through Ethical Junction.

Incorporated as a Community Interest Company, the Ethical Junction is run by the people that use it. All profits made are donated to sustainability charities, and running costs are covered by annual membership fees.

If you're considering joining Ethical Junction, remember that it is a commitment. In the interests of seeking genuine and lasting change in society, Ethical Junction members are asked to test themselves against the principles annually. The rewards, however, are great.

Click here for information in how to grow your ethical business through Ethical Junction.

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