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The global COVID-19 pandemic and other threats such as the EU exit, are forcing us to think about business resilience.
Consumer demand for quality products that last is at an all time high and purpose is becoming an important part of many businesses.
Consumers are increasingly looking for brands which have sustainability at their core.
Limiting the natural resources we use and making the most of existing ones is a cornerstone of the circular economy.
The cost of disposing of waste is increasing and regulations around disposal are tightening. Read our guide on how to reduce these.
One of the quickest and easiest ways to take a step towards a circular economy model is to reduce the energy you use.
Preparing for the challenges a business might come up against when times get tough can seem like a mammoth task. You want to protect your business and guarantee that it can survive the adversity. It can be helpful to think about why you’re making a plan to ensure business continuity. Once you have in mind
The York & North Yorkshire Partnership (LEP) has today launched a business support programme to help local businesses make significant cost savings, whilst also saving the planet. The Grow Greener programme, funded by the York & North Yorkshire Growth Hub and BEIS, has been specifically developed for SMEs in York and North Yorkshire with the
How can you, as a small business, have a more positive impact on the environment?