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Go Green: 10 Valuable Tips to Preserve Our Environment
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10 Ways Your Biz Can Go Green… And Save Money

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Businesses are making it their business to help save natural resources. Many of these tips will not only save the earth, but also help save money.

  1. Buy energy efficient equipment.
  2. Buy energy efficient light bulbs.
  3. Buy hybrid cars.
  4. Use environmentally friendly soaps and cleaning supplies.
  5. Provide products and services that are environmentally friendly.
  6. Get educated about how to “go green”.
  7. Allow employees to work from home to save gas.
  8. Send documents electronically whenever possible.
  9. Recycle paper, boxes, bags and cups.
  10. Reuse whatever you can and recycle whatever you can’t.

Not only will these tips save our natural resources it will also minimize business expenses.  Can you think of other tips that will be useful in business?

Julie Brander - Business Mentor, SCORE New Haven
Julie has been a SCORE volunteer since 1997. She has 20 years of experience in business, starting a manufacturing, wholesale and retail jewelry company. After selling her business, she dedicated herself to helping other entrepreneurs start and expand their business.
www.scorenewhaven.com | @juliebrander | More from Julie

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Leadership: Answer the Question Where to Next?
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What Does the Future Hold for Your Business?

Times have changed. We can look back at the last year and learn.

As a solo entrepreneur, home office biz pro, a two-person company or a firm adding staff to meet new demands, you and everyone around you is looking for the answer to this question, “Where will we be in the future?”

Your leadership, vision and dream provide the answer. However, in the flurry of day to day activity, it’s sometimes difficult to take the time to plan ahead. This is where a SCORE mentor can really help.

Mentoring & Brainstorming Help Answer Big Questions
Add a SCORE mentor to your team as a free and confidential advisor. 1) Meet for a brainstorming session to talk about your dreams for the business. 2)Then, meet a second time to talk about the dreams that have the best chance for market success. 3) Finally, meet with your mentor to put those ideas down in a one page plan of where your business is heading next. Tomorrow planning is doable.

A mentor can guide you through the process, so you can define your big success horizon.

Make an appointment to meet in person. Find a SCORE office.
Ask SCORE for advice online.

Christine Banning, SCORE
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For 50 years, SCORE has helped aspiring and current small business owners achieve their dreams. Through a network of over 11,000 volunteer business mentors in 340+ chapters across the country, SCORE connects decades of business experience and knowledge with those who can best use it.
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