By WFN Strategies

WFN Strategies, a US-based telecoms engineering company, has recently been accepted as a new B-Corporation, which is defined as using “the power of business to solve social and environmental problems”.  B-Corporations have to meet comprehensive standards via a rating system for both environmental and social issues and include them in corporate governing documents.  Currently, 285 corporations in the United States are certified B-Corporations, made up from 54 industries and net approximately $1.1 billion in revenue.

“As WFN Strategies is dedicated to incorporating environmental and social interests for both our customers and our employees, this was a natural step for us to take,” said CEO Peg Nielsen.  “We are excited to become a B Corporation and make a permanent commitment to the environment both nationally and abroad.”

About WFN Strategies:

WFN Strategies (www.wfnstrategies.com) provides telecoms engineering solutions for remote and unique communication requirements. With ongoing projects in Antarctica, Asia Pacific, Colorado, North Sea and West Africa, WFN Strategies accomplishes telecoms engineering involving submarine and terrestrial optical cable, microwave, mobile, broadband wireless/WiMAX/WiFi, satellite and other RF technologies for commercial, oil & gas and government clients. WFN Strategies provides system strategy, acquisition and implementation support for all aspects of telecoms services, including developing the standards for system design, the tender process, contract forming, construction, physical deployment and maintenance.  WFN Strategies publishes Submarine Telecoms Forum (www.subtelforum.com), the industry's first electronic, dedicated magazine and RSS Feed, and the platform for discourse on submarine telecom cable and network operations.