Why do most businesses operate with negligence to our ecosystems? There is a ceiling of natural resources all of us reap the consequences.
Truth is, we’ve been degenerating our land, water and air quality. But a good business model by definition, is sustainable.
We’re in a shift – engineers, architects and data scientists have developed tools and products to improve building environments and waste systems. These upgrades affect positive change felt over lifetimes on a massive scale.
With endless touch points of business and marketing, companies are positioned as powerful influencers. We advocate for an “all hands on deck” leadership role: education and action that supports people and planet to thrive.
Both the Economist and Forbes have titled 2019 as “Year Of The Vegan”.
Consumers are driving demand for more plan-based foods and companies are trying to keep up. Sales are skyrocketing, investments are pouring in, and social pressures are helping to fuel the movement. Companies eager to stay relevant are innovating to serve the new lifestyle as veganism goes mainstream.
A rise in values for health and environment are influencing people to opt-out of meat, fish and dairy. The benefits are clear: wellness for people, planet and animals. Awareness begins at the plate.
Doing Business Not As Usual
A triple bottom line vision is about empowering decision makers with education and solutions.
Responsible or Mindful Business and Conscious Capitalism are terms being spotlighted as an increasing number of companies choose to use business as a force for good. Changes in legislation and impact-investing market potential data suggests that the field of Social Enterprise* is not only gaining in popularity, but is also a viable model. Let’s lift your asset and uncover hidden revenue potential.
*a business model striving for social, environmental and economic success.
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