LONDON, ENGLAND, August 30, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- In 2012, 61% of small businesses were trying to go greener, while 70% predicted going green over the next two years (Gov.uk). Entrepreneur and managing director of EA Worldwide Acquisitions
Josh Cote, says, "These figures demonstrate that most businesses have recognised that they can save a lot of money by looking after the environment." Using resources such as water, energy and natural materials more efficiently will benefit UK businesses to reduce their carbon emissions and save up to GBP23 billion a year (Gov.uk).
"We need to look after our environment," says Josh Cote
. "It concerns all of us." The British economy and businesses depend on global trade and resources. Factors such as climate change and a growing world population has put more pressure on energy, natural resources and the wider environment (Gov.uk). A sustainable business environment can help grow the economy and reduce the environmental impact (Gov.uk).
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Phil Smith, Managing Director of Business West, explains: "Going green delivers direct business benefits. Initiatives such as using green suppliers, a green travel plan or installing an environmental management system not only reduce your negative environmental impact, but have an immediate effect on your bottom line." Business West's solar hot water system with energy efficient tanks and water boilers as well as their new dishwasher uses 50% less water than the previous one. This has resulted in a 38% lower water usage (Businesswest.co.uk).
Nowadays, consumers can easily select where to buy from, and there is certainly enough choice on the market. Josh Cote at EA Worldwide Acquisitions says: "Many people are specifically looking at a company's environmental reputation before the purchase." Choosing the green approach can be a competitive differentiator for companies (Businesswest.com.uk).
EA Worldwide Acquisitions, an outsourced sales and marketing company based at London Bridge, has recognised the green trend. "We have implemented a 'Cycle or walk to work' scheme, recycling and we're also looking to use electricity and water in a responsible manner which has resulted in lower costs over the past few months," confirms managing director Josh Cote. "Apart from that we receive feedback from our clients' customers and found that a remarkable number of consumers select our clients' brands due to their green engagement and reputation."
EA Worldwide Acquisitions is an outsourced sales and marketing firm who integrate tailored campaigns and marketing processes for their clients and specialise in customer acquisition and retention.