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Going green on a shoe string

10 May, 2016 - 10:46

You may be wondering what you are going to do take the ethical stance on your company’s proactive sustainability plans to protect the environment when you are in the startup phase of your venture. It happens that doing the right thing for the environment is not just good for the environment but it also can be profitable no matter what your socio-economic state is today with your business. The recommended energy-saving tactics listed above will help you save money on your electric bill. By operating a sustainably-focused company you will be generating a growing amount of good will for your venture. And good will is something you can take to the bank! “Goodwill” is the difference between what your company is worth and what you are actually able to sell your venture for in the market place. The more goodwill you generate the higher value of your company in comparison to your competition. Some of the most environmentally conscious people in the world live in severely economically-challenged neighborhoods. Do not let your socio-economic status challenge the entrepreneurial ethics behind your startup. The goodwill you are generating from taking care of the environment could potentially come back to you in the form of good karma!

Read on: You’ll find more discussion of a socially responsible organization in International business for the entrepreneur.

Blog Back 6: Moral Compass

Blog back: Write a draft of your new venture’s code of ethics and a description of your moral compasses’ stances including what sustainable practices your venture will adopt to go green and have a triple bottom line focus.

Go to: and post a draft of your code of ethics, description of your moral compasses’ stances and green sustainability practices.