In this episode, I talk with Josh Driver, the founder and CEO of Selfessl.ly, a web platform designed to become a virtual foundation for companies of all sizes to drip their toe in or level up their giving to the community or causes or charities they care about. Selfless.ly works to manage volunteer time off, employee and workplace giving, or any other type of interaction a company can provide, via grants, sponsorships, or donations. Selfless.ly records all of that and report to tell a good brand story.
Josh shares how Selfless.ly was the first company in Indiana to be both a B Corporation and a Domestic Benefit Corporation, and the strategy behind filing as such. Selfless.ly has an interface for companies and their employees, as well as about 150 nonprofit organizations who are able to self-onboard to the platform. And they are also currently in rapid development to finish their SaaS platform to make it easier for companies to self-onboard as well.
Topics In The Episode
Current status as a company
Company and employee experience on the platform
Creating a custom experience for big customers
Importance of bringing on a COO
Areas of focus as a B-Corp
Creating a pitch deck based on your market differentiation