Sisters Grimm is now BCorp Certified

Sisters Grimm is now BCorp Certified, joining the global community of businesses that meet high standards of social and environmental impact.

London, May 21, 2024 – Sisters Grimm, a renowned creative arts company, becoming BCorp certified is a testament to the company’s dedication to a continual journey of upholding the highest standards of social and environmental responsibility. This highlights Sisters Grimm’s ongoing efforts to leverage business as a force for good, showcasing their unwavering commitment to creating positive change in the world.

Sisters Grimm has attained B Corporation certification following an intensive two-year journey of development and evaluation. This milestone positions the theatrical show production company as a trailblazer. The certification signifies Sisters Grimm’s alignment with a global movement that seeks to redefine success in the business world, with a focus on promoting an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. The thorough assessment process allowed the company to review its business practices across Governance, Workers, Communities, Customers, and Environment. By joining this network of purpose-driven businesses, Sisters Grimm can exemplify its core values and commitment to impactful work. Furthermore, the certification provides a structured framework for benchmarking progress and opportunities to engage in training and networking events.

Founded in 2009 by former Royal Ballet ballerina Pietra Mello-Pittman MBE and Grammy-nominated composer Ella Spira MBE, Sisters Grimm has captivated audiences worldwide with their original, culturally themed productions and multimedia art exhibitions. The company has not only entertained but also engaged youth through free shows, workshops, arts programmes and career guidance, impacting over 12,000 children globally. With plans to scale their Social Impact Programme to benefit 30,000 annually by Q1 2025, Sisters Grimm is poised to expand their reach and make an even greater difference in the community.

Sisters Grimm’s flagship show, INALA, a Grammy-nominated dance-musical production, has garnered critical acclaim and widespread success, captivating diverse audiences across the globe. The show’s profound social impact has led to recognition from King Charles III, who awarded MBEs to the directors. Ndaba Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela, commended Sisters Grimm’s UK Art In Nature initiative, praising the project for embodying his grandfather’s spirit and inspiring young individuals to effect lasting change.

As Sisters Grimm continues to inspire and educate through their innovative initiatives, they invite supporters to contribute to the Sisters Grimm Charitable Trust or invest in the company’s upcoming projects, including the relaunch of INALA as a permanent fixture in London’s West End.

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