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We are proud to announce a new Hangout-on-Air series on Ecopreneurist called “Hangout with an Eco-preneur”. Every Tuesday we will chat with an eco or social entrepreneur who is creating an impact through a viable business. We hope these inspiring stories and lessons learned will encourage you to dream big and do good.
For our next hangout on-air on Google+, we will chat with Karen Lee,a retired Chiropractor-turned-ecopreneur. Tune in on Tuesday, Jan 22 at 4 pm EST.
We are proud to announce a brand new Hangout-on-Air series on Ecopreneurist called “Hangout with an Eco-preneur”. Every Tuesday we will chat with an eco or social entrepreneur who is creating an impact through a viable business. We hope these inspiring stories and lessons learned will encourage you to dream big and do good.
Reusable bag entrepreneur Andy Keller has a lot to say about being well, an entrepreneur. Andy was a software guy back in 2005 when he happen to visit a landfill during a home improvement project and was shocked to discover just how many plastic bags were swirling in the wind… …on fences, on trash heaps, […]
Guest Post: Several months ago, Jennifer Kaplan contacted me to ask for more details about a post I had made about consumer attitudes toward green products. She teaches a market research course at Marymount University in Arlington, VA and is a partner in the marketing consultancy, Greenhance LLC. In the following post, Jennifer reports back […]
As retailer to over 90% of US households, Wal-Mart is in the unique position of being an excellent compiler of information. Recently they started tracking shoppers’ green buying habits. Actually all retailers track products their consumers purchase for inventory control. Wal-Mart however was one of the leaders in using this data to tightly control inventory […]
I recently had the chance to talk with the co-founder of VivaTerra, Bonnie Trust Dahan, about her motivation to found the catalog- and online-retailer of high-design, green products. Dahan had authored three books on interior design and headed merchandising and/or branding for major retailers including Banana Republic and Smith & Hawken. However, it was her […]