The bottom line matters to small business owners. Making small business energy savings improvements is one way to increase your profit margin. From energy-saving office outdoor lighting to talking to employees about how to save energy, we’ve got small energy saving tips that can help you take your small business to the next level and feel good about your energy consumption while you’re at it.
Financing options for small-business energy efficiency projects make sense for many companies. Energy isn’t getting cheaper, so looking for ways to cut office expenses can affect your bottom line — in addition to being a good thing to do for the environment.
The best corporate gifts help your company deepen relationships with clients, vendors and employees. You can use them to show appreciation, as an incentive and to build morale.
How does severe weather impact small businesses? And can you manage risks of severe weather?
Business takes energy. Your small business might make do with a lamp and a laptop, but most businesses run on considerably more electricity.
Point-of-sale (POS) systems are the nerve center for profitable retail businesses today. Modern POS systems connect sales data with pricing, inventory and operational data, giving you accurate, real-time information on business performance.
The benefits of cloud computing are numerous, making a move to the cloud one of the small-business technology trends in 2019 worth your consideration. The advantages of cloud computing, once accessible only to large companies, are now within reach of even the smallest firms.
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It’s never too early to think about indoor and outdoor holiday decorating ideas. This year, consider preparing your business for the season with smart technology.
The internet has revolutionized how small businesses operate: A manufacturing service in Utah or Mumbai can now reach clients across the country or even across the globe. Simultaneously, freelance work has exploded.
Small businesses use energy for a myriad of reasons. Lighting, security, manufacturing, heating and cooling, and electronic equipment all consume large amounts of energy.
Fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas, have been our country’s primary source of power for decades. However, the process of getting fossil fuels out of the ground and into your home creates pollution and damages ecosystems.
Hey Phillies Phans – Join the ‘Red Goes Green’ movement by learning about energy conservation! This lesson aims to introduce students to energy saving behaviors and why it is important to save or conserve energy at home and even at the ballpark.