How consumer goods manufacturers are going green.
Now that the spring (cleaning) season is upon us, Hoover’s takes a look at some household products makers who hope that being green brings in the green.
This Earth Day, let’s think about the unique role we entrepreneurs and small business owners can play in helping to conserve this precious planet of ours.
Increasingly, businesses are adopting eco-friendly strategies, both to lower costs and to benefit the environment.
Only 1% of US companies of all sizes export their products, versus 29% of Canadian companies, 26% in China and 41% in Germany.
The mothers of Lunch Skins are hitting the press in a major way, appearing in such magazines as Parenting. They have also found meeting strategic goals in the throes of a changing schedule (vacation and summer break) can be difficult.
Lunchskins continues to grow; with that comes the concern of keeping employees ‘connected.’
Some consumers want a healthier planet but not the higher expense when it comes to purchasing green products and services.
Going green presents several inherent problems when it comes to marketing.
Architects, developers and home builders worldwide are exploring new means of creating affordable yet environmentally friendly structures.