Posted on 29 March 2012
During the spring, it’s usually not just a time for when people are cleaning their homes and office spaces; it’s also when they get the urge to do a bit of renovating. When it comes to your own workplace, if you can relate to wanting to try something new, why not upgrade your office by making it eco-friendly with some new (or different) furniture and office supplies?
Don’t know where to start looking? Start here. Read the full story
Posted on 22 March 2012
As more people are becoming environmentally-aware, more are being conscious about what they can do, both at work and in the home, to create more of an eco-friendly atmosphere.
When it comes to the office, you may think that your options are limited, but the truth is there are a ton of small “green” business changes that you can make that, in the long run, will make a huge difference for the environment and the economy.
Here are some options that you can start implementing as soon as today: Read the full story
Posted on 15 March 2012
Take a moment to reflect on some of the enduring and iconic brands that have lasted for decades. Coca Cola, McDonald’s, Nike, MGM, and Ford are just a few that come to mind. When you think of each one you no doubt flash on a series of images and sounds. The golden arches, the swoosh, the roaring lion; all are symbols of a recognizable brand. But what makes these brands stronger than their competitors? How do they not only stay alive, but thrive in an ever changing marketplace? Is it that they provide superior products, that they manage their finances more proficiently, or that their marketing campaigns and public relations endear them to the consumer public? In truth, it’s probably a combination of all of these factors (amongst others). But if you neglect to consider the sustainability of your brand image, it really doesn’t matter how great your company is – nobody will know. Read the full story
Posted on 11 March 2012
Taking part in the business world forces you to compete. And competition, theoretically at least, is a healthy practice that keeps you on your toes and, thus, makes you a stronger businessperson. One of the ways that many businesses are competing today involves increasing their sustainability, or offering strategies that helps their business stays greener and more eco friendly. If you want to stay ahead of the game, consider these reasons why going green will only improve your success in years to come. Read the full story
Posted on 01 March 2012
Americans spend more time at work than they do at home, and the office environment is utterly tied to worker efficiency and productivity. But with today’s environmentally-conscious design and construction environments, it’s not enough to simply build an office the cheapest or easiest way possible. It’s also important to think ‘green’, focusing on the footprint your office will leave on the planet. Commercial buildings and office spaces consume approximately one-fifth of the country’s energy, so even small changes can reap big rewards. But does an environmentally friendly office have any correlation to employee productivity? Here’s a few tips for greening your office space, and how it could improve productivity across the board. Read the full story