A new platform Greener for Business designed specifically to help small businesses to make more sustainable choices has just launched launched this month and BBP couldn’t be more excited!  It is the first of its kind, a platform making it easier for resource stretched business owners to incorporate greener inputs into the business operations, without having to do hours of research and legwork.  BBP has done the due diligence on Greener’s claims  –  to help small business clients reduce their emissions simply by accessing simple solutions through their platform.  We think it is a very complementary tool for the businesses we work with, to shortcut some of those sustainable actions that can really make a difference!

For a very limited time Greener for Business has a very competitive offer for 100% certified renewable energy GreenPower through partner Origin Energy. This is available to all small businesses.  Even a solo trader working from home can plug in their ABN and home address to qualify.  All you need to do is sign up for a free Greener account to gain access to the offer.

Greener partners with Greenfleet Australia for all carbon offsets, directly supporting local reforestation projects. These offsets are high quality and high integrity, and are verified by the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water.

Greener for Business was officially launched in partnership by Independent Federal member for North Sydney Kylea Tink on Tuesday 24 October, marking International Day of Climate Action at the fabulous Green Moustache in North Sydney. The Mayors from the BBP partner councils Ku-ring-gai, North Sydney and Willoughby came out to show their support along with Greener for Business strategic partners Origin, NAB and Winnings Australia.  Check out the photos in this gallery, photos taken by the very talented Gavin Little.

(L to R: Neil McVeigh, Tom Ferrier Greener for Business, Amanda Choy BBP, Kylea Tink Ind Fed Member North Sydney, Mayor Tanya Taylor Willoughby City, Mayor Zoe Baker North Sydney, Ana Marinkovic NAB, Alice Kuepper Winnings, Jonathan Mattock Origin, Mayor Sam Ngai, Ku-ring-gai