Dispelling the myths that sustainability is too pricey or difficult for small businesses to implement, a free digital masterclass next week will sort fact from fiction.
Startup Daily’s sister publication Kochie’s Business Builders and cleantech startup Greener for Business are inviting startups to join the charge and discover how to tackle your net zero emissions goals – not just affordably, but in ways that seriously impact your bottom line.
Next Wednesday, November 15, from 11AM (AEDT), Kochie’s Business Builders will host a free masterclass with impact entrepreneur and Greener for Business CEO Tom Ferrier titled A Small Business Guide To: Going Greener For People, Planet and Profit.
The live 45-minute Q&A will cover the sustainable solutions that are saving businesses surprising amounts of money right now, covering everything energy, waste, electrification, packaging and logistics. Viewers will be able to submit questions live to Ferrier and the event host, Kochie’s Business Builders editor Cec Busby.
Aligned with the UN Race to Zero, Greener for Business is a certified B Corp that provides businesses with step-by-step action plans, designed by leading sustainability experts, to save money while reducing emissions. The free platform aims demystifies the process of going greener by showing it can be the easier, and often more cost-effective, way.
“Whenever I share with audiences that it is possible to save money and the planet, the response is often disbelief, denial and blatant rejection,” said Ferrier. “I don’t blame anyone for thinking this way, after all it was a strongly held belief of our entire team until we challenged ourselves to make it a reality. And we challenged ourselves to do so, because we thought that to shift the needle on climate action, we needed to make saving the planet a financial opportunity for people.”
Greener for Business members receive exclusive benefits from a range of partners. The company has the backing of heavyweights including Origin, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA), NAB, Sendle, Appliances Online, Mr Yum, Shopline, Better Packaging Co, and various local city councils.
REGISTER HERE to reserve your spot in the free digital masterclass on November 15, A Small Business Guide To: Going Greener For People, Planet and Profit.