Going green has helped independent hairdressers Dogobees attract and retain eco-conscious customers who are willing to pay more for sustainable products and services. Their green USP also means they’re able to win new business without big marketing budgets.
Read their story, and find resources and tools to implement similar changes in your own business.
"There’s no question that banks will be pushing us harder than government to decarbonise. It will get to a point where businesses can’t borrow, or get insurance, if they are big emitters."
Most business carbon emissions are created through supply chains outside your ownership or direct control. Reducing these emissions can lower costs and help progress towards net zero.
Recycling materials such as paper or plastic helps you reduce waste and lessen the impact on the environment. It will also save you money on landfill tax and waste disposal rates. Find out what recycling measures are available and what the advantages are.
Knowing how much carbon you produce is an important first step in taking action to make your business more sustainable and create a more powerful and desirable brand.
Once your business has checked its carbon footprint and started to take action, the next step is sharing your progress. This will give customers, employees and other businesses confidence that you’re reducing carbon and moving toward net zero.
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