Building Trust and Community: A Journey from Small Business to the Mayor’s Office

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Nathan Stuck

Nathan Stuck is the CEO and Founder of Profitable Purpose Consulting and the Chair Of B Local Georgia (aka "Mr. B Corp Georgia").

With a firm belief that business can be a force for good, Nathan brings a passion for helping good companies become great. He’s been working with firms pursuing B Corp certification since 2016, using the B Impact Assessment to align purpose with profit.

In addition to his experience working at a B Corp, Nathan teaches an MBA level B Corp class at UGA, founded and chairs B Local Georgia, serves as a committee chair for B Academics and was awarded the 2020 Community Builder Award by B Lab.

In today’s episode, you’ll learn from Brandy Amidon, the Co-President and CFO of Brains on Fire, a creative marketing agency with offices in Greenville, SC and Los Angeles, CA. In addition to serving in a “typical” CFO capacity while nurturing her team within a small business atmosphere, Brandy serves as the first female and youngest Mayor of the City of Travelers Rest.

During this episode, Brandy talks about the importance of building trust and community. You’ll hear about the evolving landscape of branding, the value of company culture and the role it plays in attracting both employees and clients, and the benefits of being part of a B Corp community.

Tune in to this episode as Brandy dives into the crucial aspects of building trust and community–from the small business office to the mayoral office.



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