WHAT IS GCOOP?
Simply speaking. GCoop is the e-commerce platform for Social Enterprises. In other words GCoop is the Amazon for companies who strive to do good for the world. 90% of GCoop's profits are reinvested back to the company while 10% is given back to society in forms of charities and other donations.
Maximize profits in order to maximize benefits to the society and the environment.
GCoop's mission is to resolve social problems and deficiencies using strong ethical values and sound business practices.
GCoop is the Marketing and Distribution branch for General Bio, its mother company.
General Bio was established in 2007 as a bio research and development company. They are cGMP certified for cosmetics and GMP certified for dietary supplements. Their headquarters are located in South Korea with Credit rating A. (Less than 5% of Korean companies obtain this level of rating.)
In 2012 General Bio officially received Social Enterprise status within the business community.
CEO Jeong Hun Seo
President of GCoop &
General Bio Corporation
" We hope to enhance the pride and self-esteem of GCoopers through a business that resolves social problems and deficiencies"
General Bio is a top 10
Certified B Corporations meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.
Best for the World Honoree
Best for Community
2016, 2017, 2018
2016, 2017, 2018
GCoop is a Social Enterprise
GCoop provides like minded businesses a platform to increase their social footprint. For example GCoop provides Donggubat, a social company who employs over 90% of workers with developmental disabilities, to bring GCoop's Handmade Sulfur Soap to you. From raw materials to the finished product, each soap is handmade by caring people who are tasked with jobs geared to each individual ability. Sulfur Soap is one of Gcoop's best selling item and its high quality, all natural and simple ingredients & ecofriendliness along with high social value creates a better world not only for us but physically and economically challenged people who are also part of this world.