Going green doesn’t have to be difficult. By making a few small changes around your office, you can make a big impact on the environment and on your company’s bottom line
Ronco Johnson knows financial planning. But when it comes to planning how to reach a critical set of potential customers, he mostly knows that he needs a new plan. That group is the Millennial Generation. Also known as Generation Y, this 80-million-strong legion of Americans born between 1982 and 2000 already exceeds the baby boomers in size and influence — and someday will rival them in affluence. It’s a market no small business can afford to ignore.
Johnson, president and chief executive officer of L.R.
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