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A mission-led company combines economic profitability with a contribution to the common good. It views itself as a force for societal change, contributing to efforts in respect of the economic, social, environmental, and even cultural challenges of its surrounding context. It is not content with setting up a corporate foundation, making donations, or devising a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy— something that is far too often a discretionary policy that fails to get managers and directors truly on board, and that lacks enforceability.
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The first international overview of hybrid legal forms serving the common good

Since a decade new legal forms are emerging in different countries, encouraging business to serve a (social, societal, environmental) mission defined in the social object, opposable by the stakeholders, with their economic performances. This study published by the Prophil office, in partnership with Mines ParisTech,  Groupe Caisse des Dépôts, KPMG France and Sycomore Asset Management, reveals and compares for the first time this new hybrid legal forms, inspiring for France.

The mission led business overcomes the discretionary approach of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, assuming an enforceability of its engagements regarding extra financial impacts. It establishes new governance rules and repositions the business within society. In the dynamism of solidary and social economy, it assumes its economic performances and activities impact measure research.

From the United States, to Italy, through Canada or the United Kingdom, mission led business bloom and render a powerful dynamic. Who are the pioneers? Why do they choose these new hybrid legal forms? Why do they statutorily commit themselves beyond existing certifications? How does the mission get defined and evaluated? How do the stakeholders get associated to its realization? What makes the mission useful for the performance and reciprocally?