The case for “greening” your small business is compelling. It benefits the health of your workforce, society and the planet, writes Steve Edgell of Cycle Solutions. In many cases, going green will also save you money.
All business owners want to reduce their energy spend, but in many cases, it’s easier said than done. Here’s some of the top tech out there to guide you and help your business go green.
Easy access to fast broadband can mean a more flexible lifestyle for your employees, and can help drive customers. Here’s how.
The best way of tackling a new ethical energy initiative is to speak to your supplier and find a renewable source, and then begin the ongoing process of making improvements in your business to conserve energy where possible.
Environmental concerns are not always the top priority for small business owners. First and foremost, businesses exist to make money, and sometimes other things can take a back seat.
At Gleem, business ethics is everything, and treating staff right, keeping people happy and remaining environmentally friendly are all top priorities.
Inspiration can be found in a wide variety of places – indeed, the shower is often said to be one of them. But for entrepreneur Toby McCartney, he found the motivation he needed to develop a problem-solving business when attending his young daughter’s school assembly.
Waste management might not seem like the most interesting topic – until you realise that the waste your business generates could be costing four per cent of your turnover.
As the leading recycling company in London, First Mile has secured its place in the Everline Future 50 2016 – with the business managing waste for over 14,000 firms across the capital and Birmingham.
Nearly three-quarters of British SMEs do not fully understand the cost benefits of going green and developing environmentally-sound policies.
Kenneth Freeman, head of innovation at Ambius, discusses new research which demonstrates the tangible benefits of greenery in the office.
Digital business is changing the way organisations use and think about technology, moving technology from a supporting player to a leading player in innovation, revenue and market growth.