Anisha Murphy (She/Her), a Twin Cities native, is the owner of Just Law LLC, a small business law firm providing entrepreneurs, businesses and non-profit organizations with innovative, creative, and accessible legal tools needed to support sustainable and equitable business development and growth. At Just Law LLC, our vision is to equip businesses with the legal tools and knowledge to thrive.
Additionally, sense of duty and impact drives Murphy in her career. Her ultimate desire is to have impact and close the disparity gaps, eliminate the racial wealth divide, and ultimately disrupt systematic and institutional barriers that result in unequal access to opportunity for Black and brown communities. In her free time, Anisha enjoys hanging out with family and friends.
Monday, September 20, 2021
Attitudes towards business have changed, with many for-profit companies and startups pursuing objectives beyond just profit growth--looking to integrate their values directly into their business model. B Corps and Public Benefit Corporations are those inspiring companies raising the bar for a new standard of purpose-driven business.
If you’ve explored this option you know that this assessment sets a very high bar for companies and highlights the best of the best when it comes to social, environmental and economic impact. How do you know if this is the right path for your business? What is the difference between a B Corp and a Public Benefit Corporation?
Join us in welcoming a team of industry leaders in the field of social enterprise, as we dive deeper into various business structures and the legal in’s and out’s to B Corps and Public Benefit Corporations.
We will introduce you to an inspiring group of social enterprise leaders of companies who have gone through the process of becoming a Benefit Corporation and B Corp. Together we will host breakouts and workshop ideas on how becoming a social enterprise can help advance your business goals, and show you where to start when you are ready to take the leap into this gold standard for good business.