So go out and spread your why. Don't let me down
This post has been in my head since I started INBOUND and it's taken almost a month to write.
Looking through some recent search engine results, we saw there are a decent amount of people out there looking for cheap SEO or some variation of it thereof.
Sustainability is fast becoming one of the most important topics in the world. Sustainability in New Zealand, especially environmental sustainability, is becoming a huge issue.
As the world confronts the enormous challenges it faces, people are looking for alternatives to the way things are currently done. Our current social, political and business models, designed for a ‘world without limits’ are having to confront a new reality. There are limits, and in many places we are butting up against them – e.g. land available for food production – in some cases, we have gone beyond them – e.g. nitrogen runoff into our rivers – and are starting to see the consequences.
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Most business owners want to reduce their energy use and lower their carbon footprint, but many worry about the costs involved. Some common worries include “Will I have to replace my vehicle fleet?”, or “Will my operational capacity be affected?” You might be surprised to find that becoming more environmentally sustainable is more cost-effective and less resource-intensive than you first thought.
The New Zealand government has made things easier for small businesses by providing a variety of resources across multiple agencies to help you become sustainable. These range from quick tips to reduce your energy costs and overheads, to receiving financial support to make significant changes in your business.
For those of you who have the keen eye for detail, you might have noticed a little something different today...
After a year and a half of being a small business owner, I hit rock bottom. The journey I spent my life preparing for took a turn for the worst and left me desperately scrambling to keep the business, and myself, from going under.