Climate change is a problem we are constantly faced with. With regulatory bodies across the world now swinging into action to curb the dangers of carbon emission, it has now become a collective duty to protect the planet. Businesses and corporations were previously indifferent on the matter. But with the increasing awareness of the potential and already apparent environmental impacts of carbon emission has entered the public discourse. Considering the public interest in the matter corporations can now use carbon reduction to both help the planet and increase valuations.
The planet faces a different kind of danger, sustainability. Over the past couple of years we have seen business owners take up the challenge and commit to going green. One way in which this is happening is fleet electrification.
Business and property owners the world over want to increase productivity while limiting operational costs and expenses from their businesses. In the wake of the global pandemic numerous commercial operations were put on hold and businesses had to get creative. A way in which you the business owner can do this is evaluating the taxes you pay. You may qualify for certain tax reduction, especially energy related tax deductions, and not be aware.
The global pandemic which ravaged the world last year transformed how we carried out our businesses. While we can not ignore the negative impacts COVID reflected on most businesses, it also fostered some positive outcomes. The Post-COVID return to the office will see these changes implemented.
We can not ignore the fact that working remotely is the new normal now. Once, it was relegated to freelancers and virtual assistants. But the pandemic happened and the mode of business operations was haltered. The ability to 'work from anywhere' has become more common and is here to stay.
Every business owner, large or small, wants to increase productivity and reduce expenses. It is for this reason business executives are looking to implement strategies to upscale and lower costs. As we are all stepping out of a dreadful pandemic, more than ever, businesses want to cut down expenses and should consider outsourcing their IT department as an option.
Well before the world was plagued by the pandemic, we were experiencing an evil all along: carbon footprint. We have come to recognize that we have been producing carbon dioxide emissions every day. Businesses have been on the forefront of recognizing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) requirements and the competitive advantage implementing them brings.
Here we discuss how 'market pricing' is considerably lower than the savings your procurement team can achieve and through our vast experience how Expense To Profit is able to do so.
Our CEO, Marc Freedman, joined Melissa Foxx of Florida RoundTable to discuss Post-Pandemic Corporate America: How Will It Be Different?
The global landscape for businesses is constantly changing. The pandemic halted how businesses usually operate and has ushered in emerging trends to foster more productivity such as flexible benefits plans.