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RECORDING: Your Small Business Meets Sustainability

Posted on Monday 11 October 2021

This webinar is generously sponsored by Glow, powering fast, affordable and robust consumer research through it’s on-demand insights platform. Whether you need to understand a new category, get under the skin of a target audience or conduct ongoing tracking, Glow can provide quality responses, quickly. Glow’s easy to use platform and real-time data visualisation give you the power to get research right, and the confidence to act on those insights, quickly.  

Slides from the webinar

As business owners, we constantly seek out ways to run a better business: being more efficient, avoiding waste, being a good employer, making a difference in our communities, wanting to be recognised as a good brand, and laying the path to a successful future. Much of this is common sense, and yet it’s common to find mismatches between our personal values and the work we do.

After realising there was such a mismatch in his own business, Jon Gibbins has spent nearly 3 years integrating more sustainable and ethical practices into his small digital company. He continues to find more ways to improve his business based on a triple bottom line approach: people, planet and profit. Pairing his training experience with his passion for addressing the climate emergency, he now supports other small business owners to do the same.

This webinar will discuss the themes of sustainability, ethical finance and green technology, and include toolkit suggestions, helpful advice and achievable changes you can start using today.

About Jon Gibbins

Jon  is a digital accessibility consultant who helps organisations make digital products more accessible to Disabled people. He’s known for his practical approach and deep technical understanding, built on two decades of experience.

Concerned about climate change, our planet and its people, he integrates ethical and sustainable practices into his work and supports other small business owners to do the same.

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