B the Change

New Earth MUZiQ believes in the power of B Corporations to ignite world change. We support the movement by holding public educational presentations, panel discussions, and providing B Corp consulting services to help guide local businesses that are on track to becoming certified. There are 1000+ Certified B Corps worldwide, including Patagonia, Etsy, Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewery. We are inspired to help grow this number by providing education and guidance services on a local level. Our goal is to support B Lab’s B the Change campaign and cultivate a growing, interdependent community, comprised of supporters, certified and prospective B Corps, and interested community members. More B Corps means a stronger movement and greater benefits for workers, communities, and the environment. 

Join us in Interdependence

Are you interested in learning more about the B Corporations, want to connect with fellow like-minded individuals and companies, or need guidance on how to become a Certified B Corp? Subscribe to our B the Change Newsletter to receive updates and announcements on community events, meet-ups, and support services. Click the button below to subscribe.

To get active with fellow changemakers and be on the pulse with B Corp events in Asheville, join our Meet Up Group! If you are interested in providing resources or services to assist the growth of this B the Change campaign, you’re welcome to contact us directly.


What are Certified B Corporations?

Certified B Corporations are companies that have voluntarily committed to higher standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency and have measured and validated their impact through the certification process administered by the non-profit B Lab.

The B Impact Assessment is a free, comprehensive, and transparent tool for measuring the overall social and environmental performance of a company and is the first step to becoming a Certified B Corporation. The assessment is tailored to the company’s sector, size, and location and assesses their positive impact on the worker environment, community, and natural world. Out of 200 points available, a score of 80 or above is necessary to qualify for certification.