Being a B Corporation means that your business has been certified to put social and environmental change at its core.

For seven years, The Black Sheep agency has put making an impact for our clients and ourselves front and center. In 2014, we doubled down on our community-based work, made the leap to become a completely cause-driven agency. As of July 2016, we proudly announced our status as a certified B Corp. After meeting the rigorous criteria, we’re excited to join the ranks of over 1,800 other businesses that care as much as we do about making a difference.

Being a B Corp is our commitment to purpose and to the people who have always believed in our crazy ideas and crazy ideals, who have been at every shindig we've ever had...and the people who we’ve only just met.

4 Fast Facts about B Corps

1. Being a B Corp is serious business.

Inc. Magazine calls the certification, “The highest standard for socially responsible businesses.” Members lead a growing global movement of people using business as a force for good™—something we do not take lightly.

2. Much like Wu-Tang’s Killa Beez, there are tons of B Corps. And they’re everywhere.

Over 1,000 companies in more than 30 countries and more than 60 industries. We’re connected to a community of people accelerating impact around the world. But we’re only the second B Corp in Houston—let’s work to give those numbers a bump for the good of our great city.

3. Some of your favorite brands are part of this movement.

We’re joining an illustrious crew that includes Etsy, Warby Parker, Ben & Jerry’s and Patagonia, just to name a few. If any of our fellow B Corp-ers are reading and want to send us some samples in the name of conviviality, we’ll be happy to oblige. We’re looking at you, Ben/Jerry.

4. You can join us.

More than 40,000 businesses worldwide have taken the B Corp Impact Assessment to measure their influence on their people, community and the environment. Why not make the bigger commitment to use your business as a force for good and join us on the B-andwagon?