Doing Good

is just good business

What if you could create a better world by building a better business? We’ll help you find your purpose, share your passion and show your impact. Together, we can change business for good.

Your journey to Social Impact

People are stepping up.  We help them find their footing. NI4SI guides companies on their path to becoming Social Impact businesses. We’ve helped hundreds of nonprofits, for-profits and everyone in between harness their power for good.

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Grow your Social Impact

We’re here to help guide you through your Social Impact journey—and a journey it is.

Based on where you’re at and where you’d like to be, along with your Social Impact goals—we’ll help you find the right next step for your business.

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What is a Social Impact business?

A Social Impact business is any organization that prioritizes doing work that consciously, systemically and sustainably serves to solve a local or global community need using entrepreneurship and a strong business model to fund their efforts.

Hover or tap anywhere on our NI4SI Model to learn more and see examples of each business type within the continuum.




Primary purpose is mission. Dedicated to furthering a particular social cause versus making a profit.



Social Enterprise

Business exists to solve social issue. Combines commercial and social goals, but with emphasis on a social mission.



Social Business

Combines commercial and social goals. Investment could lead to equivalent increase in social impact.

Conscious Captialism


Conscious Captialism

Recognizing that every business has a purpose that includes, but is more than, making money. By focusing on its Higher Purpose, a business can create more value.

Public Benefit Corporation


Public Benefit Corporation

For profit corporate entity that includes positive impact on society, workers, the community and the environment in addition to profit.



For Profit Company

Profit maximizing company CSR and social impact considered an add-on to the core business agenda.

71% of Americans believe companies

have more responsibility than ever before to address social issues.
– Porter Novelli’s 2020 The Business Imperative For Social Justice Today
Kids on Bikes
Springs Rescue Mission

87% of Millennials

believe that business success should be based on more than just profit.