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Publicizing Your Green Business

Going green is a wonderful initiative. However, for most, business is not just about sustainability but about making a profit. One of the best ways to get the most bang for your (green) buck is by publicizing your efforts. Consumers today want to support environmentally friendly companies. More and more people are using their spending power to tell businesses what they want. With the popularity and expansion of the green movement, advertising your business’ green policies is a great way to attract consumers. Be sure that as you do so, you are not guilty of misrepresentation. Many companies today claim to be environmentally friendly when in actuality their practices can hardly be deemed “green.” If you are honest in your efforts, you will develop a loyal consumer base that will increase dividends for the long-term.

Save Money

Creating a green business is good for your green—dollars, that is. While we applaud the positive impact going green has on the environment, we recognize that green initiatives save businesses money. Not too long ago, “going green” meant expensive changes. However, such is not the case today. Going green simply requires small changes to lifestyle habits, which add up to big savings for your wallet.

Green Vision

Much of life’s experiences depend on the lens through which we view the world. In business, adopting a “green vision” will help you develop a company whose core values revolve around sustainable business practices and subsequent honest profit. One business can make a difference. Put on those green-colored glasses and see the world (and your business) with all the possibilities.


One of the simplest ways to save money and reduce your impact on the environment is by carpooling. Wherever possible, carpool with your coworkers and share rides to community events. You will save money on gas, improve your relationships with others, and help the environment all at the same time!