3B IMPACT is the culmination of years of experience and discussions about how we can do business differently. Discussions between many friends and colleagues committed to the potential for business to achieve positive social impact. 

We are deeply rooted in the belief that good business is better business and that the UN Sustainable Development Goals can unleash the potential for corporates, start-ups and investors to create positive impact along with a healthy business.

We work together and with a range of experienced specialists to deliver high quality, practical solutions for investors, start-ups and corporates seeking value from positive impact. 

Christian Honore

Christian brings 22 years of experience in developing and managing impact and sustainability in Danish and International companies. He worked  in all levels of organisations. From executive training in HQ’s to training of procurement and sales people locally in Asia, South America, North America and Europe. 

Christian has 11 years of executive experience from start-ups and advisory firms and has built several companies from scratch. He is the founder of the Danish Business Network for Human Rights and the co-founder of Baxters Investment Group focusing on investments in impact, sustainability and creativity, that can create financial and social return.

Stephen Blakeley

Stephen brings together 20 years of experience of social and environmental impact strategy and evaluation for leading companies, foundations and donors, with first-hand experience managing a largescale grant fund and establishing and scaling socially-impactful companies.  

Stephen has also been senior advisor to the UK Government’s Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI), expert impact assessor for the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s Research Excellence Framework (REF) and KPMG’s global liaison delegate to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). 

Stephen is founder and non-executive director of Cambridge Prosthetics Limited and investor in a number of other social impact companies. 

Ole Kjerkegaard

Ole brings along 15 years experience with sustainable business development from vision to operations. Expert in shaping strategy, assessing impact, implementing positive behaviour and creating competitive advantages.

Experience as head of sustainability and communication in Novo Nordisk A/S 

Ole has helped build teaching cases on impact assessment with leading professors from Harvard, Tuft, and CBS. Ole is a founder and executive director of InsuJect ApS, improving chronic care for millions of people at the base of the pyramid

Lea Lønsted

Lea brings 13 years of experience from organisational development and human resources in large scale private and non-governmental corporations across several industries. She has held leadership roles for the United Nations, A.P. Moller – Maersk and ROCKWOOL International in Europe, United States and the Middle East.

She has helped growing their business activities, positively change their culture and optimise their processes, towards sustainably improving activities impacting the shareholders, employees and customers, the wider society and the natural environment.

Examples include changing culture and business models through leadership development in A.P. Moller – Maersk, improving gender parity across the United Nations System through the development and implementation of the UN System-wide Gender Parity Strategy in support of the Sustainable Development Goals and optimising HR processes and systems for better employee experience and engagement at ROCKWOOL, United Nations and with A.P. Moller – Maersk.

Bjorn Kaare Jensen

Bjorn brings extensive top management experience in a number of public and private entities and is a leading figure in the European water sector. He is the president of European Water Association and a former Deputy Managing Director of the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. He was the appointed Danish national expert and member of the Program Committee on Climate Change, Water and Environment (SC5) of the EU Horizon 2020 until 2018.  

Bjorn has 35 years’ experience working internationally both in the EU and the Third World Countries in Africa and Asia on water, climate change and environment. He is currently leading the Rural Water and Food Security project in the framework of the China Europe Water Platform (CEWP), and he is task manager in the EU Water JPI CSA on International Cooperation for Water (IC4WATER).

Bjorn has during the years been working with financial and legal instruments and incentives for creating an enabling environment for innovation and private sector involvement as a prerequisite for achieving global sustainability.