The world of business is changing. The single pursuit of ‘profit at any cost’ has been replaced by a desire to build companies that create a better future — and enjoy commercial success.
In Do Build, Alan Moore draws on his years of research into some of the most pioneering and progressive businesses on the planet. By speaking to their purpose-driven founders, he discovers that it is possible to lead with generosity, have a transparent supply chain, design products and services that are considered and joyful, and create a company culture where individuals flourish.
By sharing examples of best practice, Moore invites us to create a different type of business: one that will regenerate and restore our economy, our environment, and our civilisation.
Are you ready to build a new reality?
Do Build features cover artwork by James Victore and and colour photography by Julian Calverley. This paperback edition is 128 pages and printed on Munken, an FSC-certified paper. Dimensions 120 x 178 mm.
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The DO Book Co
Hackney, east london
Do Books are concise guides designed to help creative entrepreneurs, makers and Doers work smarter and create positive change.
Written by experts whose stories and ideas have inspired others to go and Do, our collection of nearly 40 titles spans design, business, wellbeing and sustainable living with each book focusing on the ‘doing’ rather than the background theory. Concise, practical guides that make it easier to Do stuff.
The Do Book Co. is an independent publishing company launched in 2013.