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.
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.
If there’s one thing that holds for businesses, it’s that to make money, you have to spend money. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean spending it aimlessly, especially since there are areas where you can cut back. One such area is overhead costs. Without proper planning, you will sooner find out that these costs can quickly drain your revenues. We have prepared this guide to help you reduce overhead costs by a considerable margin with little to no risks.
You might not know it, but you have the power to renegotiate your lease's maintenance terms when the time comes. Here’s why (and how).
If you are a business owner, you are likely feeling the effects right now of the COVID-19-induced economic downturn and looking for creative ways to reduce overhead costs. Learn more.
If you find yourself wondering “where does the money go?,” it’s time to invest in a spend analysis. However, you might not know what a spend analysis is. This article is for you. Learn more.
Are you preparing your 2020 business taxes? We've prepared a general guide to remind you of the tax credits, deductions, and opportunities you should consider as you look back on the 2019 business year.
Hiring an expense consultant can help improve your company’s bottom line, but you likely have questions about the process. Learn about hiring one here.
With natural gas and electricity markets being deregulated in multiple states, consumers can now purchase energy from different suppliers. Learn more about your options and if you live in a state where you can purchase from different suppliers.