Recently, I interviewed a fellow ethical business owner, Danni Craker of Craker Business Solutions. Danni strives to run a sustainable business and we discussed how she does it and what her green aims are for her business.
If you’re interested in sustainable business and how to be more ethical in your business, do pop over to the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce website and take a look at the interview. The Chamber’s website is being revamped but that means you currently can’t leave comments on guest posts there.
So, if you like the post or just want to comment on sustainable business and all things green, come back here and comment below.
If you’re part of the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce, you can also be part of their Green Chamber Collective. Already a member and want to create a Statement of Aspiration? Get in touch with the Chamber.
Great post and interview with Danni Susan!
I’ve been paperless for a long time now – it started out when I set up my Virtual Assistance business 10 years ago. Working with clients remotely I emailed over documents as attachments rather than putting anything in the post.
As a website designer and social media trainer I try to have meetings that are not local by phone or Skype and always give clients pdfs of handouts rather than paper.
Lots of food for thought – there is still more you can do.
Hi Kate, many thanks for your kind words! I’m still struggling with completely paperless so I’ll get some tips from you soon. I’m also just getting to grips with Skype (slow starter!) as I have a real aversion to being on screen (taking me back to my early video days)!