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People over Profit by Dale Partridge

As the marketplace becomes increasingly socially aware, businesses of all sizes are finding that profit-before-people thinking is not only antiquated—it’s a liability. Socially responsible business and treating employees well is no longer fringe, no longer novel, and no longer optional.

Dale Partridge, founder of Sevenly, is living proof that new, socially conscious business models are not only imminent but also surprisingly profitable. In People Over Profit, he distills years of personal experience and market research into the seven core beliefs shared by consumers, starters, and business leaders who are breaking the old profit-first cycle and crushing it in the marketplace by doing good.

Hopeful and visionary by turns, People Over Profit marks a path for creating and sustaining the equitable world that today’s consumer demands. This book provides the practical and the real, the what and the how, and the most importantly, the heart required to fuel the new marketplace revolution—the revolution your world, your conscience, and your business need you to join.

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