Gabriela Anez-Lobon joined FES in early 2014 following on from graduating Summa Cum Laude in her class with a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design. In Q1 2018, Gaby was promoted to Communications & Marketing Manager, focusing on improving internal communications, internal team engagement events and social media campaigns. Other responsibilities at FES include implementing solid brand standards for FES to ensure prominence and consistency.
Despite the indisputable business benefits of energy efficient commercial lighting, many small businesses have delayed making the switch to LED lights. Understandably, the past year or so has brought significant challenges to small businesses in all industries as they navigate unprecedented economic and social challenges. However, your business can’t afford not to swit...
Commercial buildings require a lot of energy to keep the lights on, among other things. In fact, about 20% of all the energy we use in the U.S. goes to power commercial buildings. Unfortunately, the average commercial building actually wastes
When you’re ready to upgrade to LED lights for your business, it’s important to create a rollout plan and timeline that minimizes disruption to your employees and customers. Upgrading to LED lights is an effective way for small businesses to reduce operating expenses and increase profi...
Over 60% of businesses have already upgraded to commercial LED lighting. The benefits of LED lighting are immediate, especially for small businesses interested in reducing operating expenses and providing a safer, healthier environmen...
When considering the pros and cons of LED lights, many businesses consider the cost to upgrade as the first priority. Because LED lights are a superior type of commercial light for businesses, they are more expensive than traditional incandescent bulbs. This can cause some companies to avoid switching to
Nearly 40% of businesses still haven’t optimized their energy usage by choosing a cost-effective lighting solution. There are many types of commercial lighting to consider, and each can have a major impact on sales, safety, and the perception of your business.
As consumers, businesses, and employees place more value on doing business with companies that care about the planet, many corporations, municipalities, and SMBs (small- and mid-sized businesses) ramp up their sustainability focus.
The retail industry has faced one of its most challenging periods in history. Online shopping had already taken a massive bite from the brick-and-mortar shopping experience. Malls and shopping outlets were struggling. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic struck, and people became more dependent on their screens than ever before.
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and it is a building rating system used worldwide. It applies to all kinds of structures – commercial and residential – and even to communities.
Brick-and-mortar retailers were already experiencing decreased traffic and sales due to online alternatives. Then, 2020 hit. Pandemic-related shutdowns and restrictions further reduced traffic for these already struggling businesses. As a result, roughly 164,000 businesses have closed their doors.