One thing small business owners can do to become a green business is to cut down on the amount of paper they use. Find out how you can go green by decreasing the amount of paper your company uses.
Save time, money, and even the environment by holding virtual meetings with online meeting software or webinar applications.
Are your employees constantly leaving on lights in storage rooms, restrooms, and other areas? They may be hurting both profits and the environment. A simple device can keep your energy use under control, even if no one is around to remember to turn off the lights.
How effective would it be to turn off, or turn down, the lights in your business to save energy? Would it cause any problems? Is it a realistic option for all types of business? Today I’d like you to weigh in on this green business tip, based on a local business’ attempts to be more eco-friendly.
Going green with your small or home business can start as simply as changing a light bulb. Find out why you should give fluorescent lights a chance to be a bit more friendly to the environment.
Even if your business can’t go green by changing all of your own practices, you can still be more environmentally friendly – find out how.
Is green marketing to the environmentally conscious markets here to stay, or is it just a temporary fad? Should your business go green, and if so, how can you keep green marketing ethical and in line with your business values?