Published January 2014 in Sustainable San Diego, a monthly supplement of the San Diego Business Journal.
Last week, representatives from nine handpicked small- to mid-size San Diego organizations met with local experts to learn how they can create sustainability and long-term success by “doing more with less.”
Elliot Hoffman, founder and CEO of San Francisco-based consulting firm True Market Solutions (TMS) which together with San Diego Gas & Electric Co. (SDG&E) created the sustainability circle program to help small- to mid-size businesses inspire changes in the environmental, social and economic aspects, said that the program’s early successes are already visible.
Originally published in Sustainable San Diego, a monthly supplement of the San Diego Business Journal.
Rick Urban, a top executive at Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc. (QCMI) in Santee, is always seeking better ways to keep his complex machining business on the leading edge of new practices and processes.
With innovation top of mind, QCMI recently completed an inaugural sixmonth sustainability program under the auspices of San Francisco-based consulting firm True Market Solutions in partnership with San Diego Gas & Electric Co.
Iowa State Bank president sees potential in going green to change entire business model
Originally published in Axiom News
A new approach is available to support small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to get ahead of the curve, save money, help the environment and gain new market share.
The Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, an arm of Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management , is launching the first Ohio sustainability circle consulting project this month.