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Overview

At BrownFlynn, we know that a company's competitive advantage and bottom line depend increasingly upon positive social and environmental practices.  As a consulting firm, we help clients understand how these sustainability practices can transform their organization and how to move forward with implementing and communicating these responsible practices.

Our Culture


Every BrownFlynn team member values integrity and hard work, and possesses a strong desire to exceed our clients' expectations. The "We Are BrownFlynn" graphic is proudly displayed on the desk of every team member as a constant reminder of our company culture. The first step in every client engagement is to spend time learning about their organization's history, company values, where they are today and what they aspire to be in the future.
 

 




BROWNFLYNN HISTORY
Founded in January 1996, BrownFlynn began its business on the premise that companies who do good also do well. More than 15 years later, this premise has become a mainstream business imperative and today BrownFlynn partners with companies to strategically and effectively tie their core competencies to a ‘triple bottom line’ operating philosophy – that is, an approach that simultaneously improves a client’s social impact, environmental impact and financial profitability.

Also known for its involvement in the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), BrownFlynn is the first United States-based certified training partner of the GRI, the globally accepted gold standard for sustainability reporting. Whether we are helping clients to understand the GRI reporting framework or developing their sustainability reports for them, the GRI provides a sustainability management process that generates tangible returns.






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(Re)Purposeful Thinking
 
What drives sustainable businesses today? Purpose. What will drive sustainable businesses tomorrow? Repurpose. Repurpose means to reuse or alter something to make it more suitable for a different purpose. In a business sense, it means to think of resources that already exist in an alternate state. Repurposing broadens your perspective, provides new opportunities, and like […]

 
   


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