Updated: Jan 13
Image via Unsplash As an entrepreneur, you may have noticed that more green businesses are showing up on the scene and that more companies are “going green.” While eco-friendly practices help to address the various environmental concerns we see today, there is also a financial incentive to become an ecopreneur—namely, that you can attract more customers and boost your bottom line. If you’re thinking about starting a company that incorporates your environmental convictions, consider these tips and resources from Plastic Free Sea!
What Are the Advantages?
Besides contributing to a healthier planet, there are many perks to being an ecopreneur. Here are just a few:
● A majority of consumers seek out companies that maintain eco-friendly operations, which can boost your profitability.
● Conserving energy in the workplace can yield significantlong-term savings.
● Most employees are also drawn to green businesses, translating to higher team morale.