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  • Responsible Business and Enterprise

    Business in the Community (BITC)

  • The Prince of Wales visits Burnley, where BITC are working
In the present challenging times never has it been more vital for businesses, of all sizes, not only to create the jobs and find the markets we need, but also to scale up their local engagement in communities across the country.

We stand for responsible business.

We are a business-led charity focused on promoting responsible business practice.

We have a growing membership of over 850 companies and a further 10,700 companies engaged in our campaigns globally.

Our members help to transform communities by tackling key social and environmental issues and in doing so, transform themselves.

Our vision is for every business to act responsibly and so ensure a sustainable future for all.


  • Mary Portas and Alex Gourlay talk Responsible Business

  • BITC's Workwell Awards Winner 2012 - Northumbrian Water

  • George the Poet

  • BITC's Supply Chain Award Winner 2012 - Lakes

  • Three Insights - Young People's view of work experience

Case study

Tania Dash on how the Business Connector programme helped her get back into work

Tania Dash on how the Business Connector programme helped her get back into work

Business Connectors are talented individuals seconded from business, trained by Business in the Community and placed in local communities of greatest need. They encourage collaborations amongst a wide range of organisations and become an essential link between business and local community organisations - helping to change the culture of how business and communities work together.Shirley Leith, former Business Connector for Liverpool, supported a range of organisations in the region including local…

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