Sustainability is in our company’s DNA. We exist to help organizations reduce their printing, which not only saves them a lot of money, it also shrinks their ecological footprint. At Pharos, we also strive to live the values that we espouse—to be caring, respectful, and committed to our customers, our employees, and our partners. This commitment extends to all of our stakeholders, including the environment and the broader community in which we live.
That’s why Pharos is proud to be a Certified B Corp. B Corporations are leading a global movement to redefine success in business by voluntarily meeting higher social and ecological standards of transparency, accountability, and performance. B Corps inspire and challenge all businesses to compete not only to be the best in the world, but to be the best for the world.
We also value stewardship, an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources. When we say we work to “make print the way it should be,” we mean that our efforts and insights will result in more than improved efficiency and security for our customers, but also more mindful and sustainable printing behaviors—employees who are informed and aware of the true costs of wasteful printing.
With this level of heightened awareness behind every decision to print, page volumes inevitably decline. As our commitment to stewardship permeates our customers through our products and services, there is a global payback. This is the essence of what it means to be a B Corp.
“I am proud to advance our social mission by strengthening our partnership with Pharos, a certified B Corp vendor…Pharos is above and beyond a print management solution.”
– Nina L Wallkvist, University of San Francisco
Pharos is proud to be an AASHE Business Leader, aligning with AASHE’s mission “to inspire and catalyze higher education to lead the global sustainability transformation.”
“Pharos is also a member of the SPLC, which “convenes buyers, suppliers, and public interest advocates to develop programs that simplify and standardize sustainable purchasing efforts by large organizations.”