The Cost Of Going Green

Business owners are often intimidated by going green when they think about what it could cost. True, sustainable business practices are an investment, and a hefty one depending on the route you choose! However, with upwards of 55% of consumers seeking eco-friendly brands, there is profit to be found in the going green frenzy.

The graphic below from Fundera, a small business loan marketplace, outlines how you can maximize the benefits from your sustainability strategy.  Whether you are starting from the ground up to build a LEED-certified office, or want to find small ways to make an impact, the options are boundless. Plus, grants like the SBIR program make it easy to fund your projects, so you can boast eco-friendly business without going deep into personal debt.

Cost of going green

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