At Galileo, we wholeheartedly believe that at the intersection of talented people and positive intentions, amazing things can happen. We believe that each of us has the power to effect real change in the world. After all, we’ve made it our business to develop young changemakers and innovators since 2002. That’s also why we’ve chosen to become a certified B Corporation.


Galileo is proud to stand with over 2,000 Certified B Corporations from over 100 industries and 50 countries who strive not just to be the best in the world, but to be the best for the world.


Certified B Corps are leading a global movement to redefine success in business. By (voluntarily!) meeting higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance, B Corps are modeling a better, mission-driven approach to doing business. B Corps believe in prioritizing more than just the bottom line, and that investing in our communities and planet is everyone's responsibility.


Though these ideas aren’t new to Galileo, we believe this type of social enterprise is the way of the future—especially in a time where so much around us feels in flux. Galileo's mission coupled with our commitment to living the B-Corp vision means that every day we challenge ourselves to improve the ways in which we approach our work. How’s that for innovative?


Feeling inspired? Learn more about how Galileo embodies the B Corp philosophy.


What the corporation was to baby boomers the B Corp is to millennials: the place to work.” ‑ Salon


B Corporations are a way to transcend the contradictions between the ineffective parts of the social sector and myopic capitalism.” - New York Times


Think of it this way: USDA certifies organic foods, and Good Housekeeping puts its seal of approval on quality products, like washing machines and skillets. And since 2006, a nonprofit organization called B Lab has been certifying corporations it deems to be concerned about their communities and the environment.” - NPR


The B Corp status has unified the [Bellroy] team in their common purpose to use their talent and success for leaving the world in a better place than they found it.” - Forbes