29 Mar CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY: HOW YOUR BUSINESS CAN GO GREEN
How to Scale Sustainability in Your Business – As futurist keynote speakers and trends experts, we were asked to point out to an audience of thousands how it’s one thing for a business to embrace efforts to go greener, and it’s another entirely to make these efforts work at a national or global scale. So you may be asking yourself: What does it take to ramp up eco-conscious initiatives and make them stick at such a large order of magnitude? As it turns out, you’ve got to set far-reaching goals; rethink business strategies to more effectively offset consumption; train employees and customers to have the environment top of mind more; make sustainability a core part of your business; promote cultural change throughout the organization; etc.
What is Industry 4.0? The Path to Green Business – Industry 4.0 is a term that describes a new approach to doing business – one where ESG plays a vital role, and organizations are challenged to rethink every process and procedure to be smarter and greener. We were recently asked to explore the topic more deeply and explain its core principles, and how it’s helping raise awareness for environmentally-friendly business practices and chart a path to a more sustainable business world.
How Small Businesses Can Help Save the Planet – Don’t believe the hype: While global multinationals are also helping lead the fight against climate change, small businesses have an important role to plain in the green business movement as well, and can implement sustainability plans that help drive greater cost-efficiency, productivity, and business wins at every turn. Being market researchers and analyst consultants, we were asked to take a look at the benefits of becoming more environmentally friendly as a small business, why it’s important to do so, and practical ways that small business leaders can make the shift. As a result, we were pleased to learn more about how to translate sustainability initiatives into helpful new shifts in business strategy that you don’t need to be a corporate giant to implement.