Over the past ten years, the adoption of LED lighting has skyrocketed, with 60 percent of all businesses adopting it. Whether your commercial building was an early adopter or among the 40 percent that yet to ma...
Flickering lights and the adverse effects of fluorescent bulbs are just two of the many ways lighting can impact workplace health. We tend to think of lighting as a way to showcase businesses, improve the performance of workplace tasks, and keep shoppers and employees secure. But lighting can also play a significant role in human mental and physic...
Has there ever been a more frightening time to be a business owner, small or otherwise? The financial effects of Covid-19 have been wildly unpredictable (and rapid!) on businesses on a global scale. As the upcoming holiday shopping season looms ahead, many business owners are understandably reluctant to make the usual preparations.
This era has been one of the most challenging ones in history for restaurants. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented huge hurdles to even the most successful dining establishments, including well-established chains and QSRs.
Green is good. That is, cash—something that small business owners are desperately in need of these days of Covid-19. Happily, one way to find more funds is to turn to another source of green: sustainable energy. Green energy incentives for small businesses is a great way for little fish to get their brands afloat again.
It seems that the biggest topic right now—aside from Covid-19, anyway—is sustainable business practices. Everyone wants to go green. Maybe you’ve thought about it too, have taken steps to become one, or are already operating an energy efficient small business.
When you own your own business, no matter how large or small, finding new ways to reduce costs or even find new money is a boon. If you’ve cut costs and streamlined your business model until it can be trimmed no further, consider adding additional revenue via grants.