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Announcing the Top 40 Businesses in the GOOD Company Project

Get to know the GOOD Company Project's top 40 businesses in a new way.


In collaboration with IBM. See how IBM is helping midsize businesses here.

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GOODCo Video: IBM's Work With Mid-Sized Business

IBM executive Andy Monshaw talks about the role of small and mid-sized businesses in the economy.

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For the economy to thrive, mid-sized business needs to thrive. And for Andy Monshaw, the general manager of global small- and medium-sized businesses at IBM, helping those companies is his expertise. Monshaw has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry and has held several executive positions with IBM.

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Engine Yard Stokes the Boiler for Open-Source Software Developers

Hire seven experts to work for a year building a complex product. Then, give it away to anyone who wants it.

Business plan: Hire seven experts to work for a year building a complex product. Then, give the product away to anyone who wants it.

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IBM GOODCo Nominee: Finceramica

Finceramic was inspired by the traditional Italian pottery of Faenza to create a bio-ceramic that can be used as a prosthesis inside the human body.

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IBM, GOOD's partner in the search for the most innovative and responsible medium-sized companies, selected Finceramica, a biotech company from Faenza, Italy, as a finalist in the GOOD Company Project.

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Best Practices: Wolff Olins Picks Clients for Maximum Impact

"We don’t think you have to either work for charity or big business, but you can put this idea of positive impact at the center of what you do."

The brand agency Wolff Olins, founded in 1965, pioneered the idea of corporate identities as “strategy made visible.” Today, it might be best known for its controversial work on the 2012 London Olympics or for designing the (RED) campaign, which raised $170 million for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS. But the firm has earned attention from the GOOD Company Project because of its dedication to selecting clients who meet their evolving standards of social impact.

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