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.
Commercial exterior lighting is a necessity for most small businesses. Lighted storefront signs indicate you’re open for business, while outdoor lights attract customers and provide security lighting for your property.
If you’re in business today, then you’re probably online. Connectivity should be an essential part of a small business’s infrastructure and planning for small business success means ensuring your online presence is reliable and consistent.
Emerging small business technology trends are reshaping how businesses operate. Technology that as recently as a few years ago was available only to larger corporations with big budgets is now within reach of small businesses.
You know how to run your business and you have a firm understanding of what your customers and clients need. And if you’re planning for small business success, you probably appreciate that success requires a strong business plan.
You can’t run a small business in the dark. Cafés, salons, stores, warehouses and other businesses need to be well lit.
If you own a small business, it’s important to consider how your building’s roof impacts your energy consumption. The wrong type of roofing can lead to issues in the summer, forcing your HVAC system to work overtime and potentially leaving your employees and customers feeling hot and uncomfortable.
As companies grew increasingly reliant on electronic communication, experts assumed the era of the paperless business was upon us. Despite this, shops, restaurants, salons, law firms and small manufacturing firms still have difficulty converting to a paperless office.
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Constellation has compiled the details below based on information available to us as of January 6, 2021, as a courtesy to your business. To the extent the below information raises other questions for you, we encourage you to work with your legal, tax and financial advisers.
So you’re running a business, and you’re looking to keep things cool. To keep up with volume and demand, you might need a commercial ice maker, refrigerator or freezer that’s large enough for your needs.
For many people, a good cup of coffee is essential at work. Beyond perking people up, hot coffee is one of the ways to keep warm at work.
The only thing “small” about Small Business Saturday is the size of the businesses that participate in this increasingly popular shopping holiday. If you’re struggling to brainstorm marketing ideas for this year’s event —or you’re getting a late start—we’re here to help.
You create real value for your business when you tell your small business sustainability story to customers, partners, employees, investors, and community leaders. These stakeholders in your business increasingly care about how companies contribute to protecting and improving the environment.
Celebrate your commitment to a healthy environment with small business Earth Day activities that make a difference. We’ve gathered this list of ideas to help you get started in thinking about ways to engage your employees and customers in caring for our planet and to support environmental sustainability in your business.
Of the challenges small businesses face today, rising energy costs are near the top of the list for many executives. Inflation has been in the headlines–and worse–in your expense accounting.
The types of LED lights available today provide efficient, affordable, long-lasting light and fit nearly any function or decor. They come in a variety of temperatures and intensity, from pleasant ambient room light to focused function and task light.