Seminar: Greening your Small Business

Monday, September 13, 2010 – 10:00am – 12:00pm Buy Now : $10.00

Carbon neutral business…eco-efficiency, triple-bottom line management… What does all this jargon mean …and why should you care?

Consumers are becoming more discerning about the environmental performance of businesses; even in the midst of this economic down turn consumers are seeking green brands. How will this shift in public interest impact your business and how can you capitalize on it?

This workshop will introduce you to opportunities and challenges of greening your business. We’ll examine what businesses in BC are doing to go green and explore eco-efficiency options for your own business.

Maureen Cureton, Green Business Manager for Vancity facilitates this session drawing on her experience with the local small business community. This seminar is hosted at Small Business BC in Vancouver and delivered to other locations via live video conference.

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