Workplace management solutions provider Matrix Booking, has announced its certification as a B Corporation (B Corp). This accomplishment reflects the company’s dedication to social and environmental performance beyond profit.
The employee-owned company, Matrix Booking has long been passionate about supporting both its customers and the environment and becoming a B Corporation marks a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to corporate responsibility.
Applicants for this certification must score a minimum of 80 points overall to certify. While the median score for businesses completing the B Impact Assessment is 50.9, Matrix Booking scored 106.1 overall, putting the company in the top 20% of B Corporations.
Karl Breeze, CEO at Matrix Booking emphasised the importance of this achievement: “Joining the global B Corp community is a crucial step for us in an industry that increasingly focuses on sustainability. We’re now a certified partner for organisations that care about making the world a better place. Our customers can be assured that they are teaming up with a company that’s committed to doing the right thing—looking after our planet, treating people well, and operating responsibly.”
Matrix Booking underwent a rigorous evaluation process, meeting the high standards set by B Lab, the not-for-profit organisation behind the B Corp movement. These standards cover five key impact areas: Governance, Workers, Community, Environment, and Customers.
The provider of cloud-based software is now part of a global community of 7,000 businesses which have certified as B Corps. The B Corp community in the UK, representing a broad cross section of industries and sizes, comprises over 1,500 companies and include well-known brands such as The Guardian, innocent, Patagonia, The Body Shop and organic food pioneers Abel & Cole.