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“Change Your Business, Change the World” Special Promotion

Posted: January 9th, 2017 | Author: Genevieve DeGuzman | Filed under: Entrepreneurship & Business, Press | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off

Win a Consult to Learn How to Transform Your Business

Win a full hour of business consulting with Susan Chambers with a purchase of her book, Small Business, Big Change: A Microentrepreneur’s Guide to Social Responsibility. Susan will chat with you about your small business or green project over Skype or phone.

Possible discussion topics:

  • Learning how to start small and still have a big impact.
  • Setting social-responsibility goals for your business.
  • Developing bonds with other businesses and organizations in your community.
  • Reducing your carbon (and other) footprints with strategic green policies.
  • Finding and working with suppliers and vendors who adopt or share your values.

DEADLINE EXTENDED! To be entered in the drawing, buy a copy of Small Business, Big Change. Forward your order receipt to by February 21. Put “Change Your Business, Change the World” in the subject line. Purchases must be made between January 9 and February 21 to qualify. Paperback purchases receive 2 entries, e-book purchases get 1 entry. Drawing will take place on February 22 and winners will be notified by e-mail.

Good luck!

About the Book

An essential resource for both aspiring and experienced solopreneurs, small business owners, and startups, Small Business, Big Change proves businesses of any size can align their values with their business practices to make a positive impact on the world— there’s no such thing as “too small” to make a difference.

Mapping out an easy step-by-step process, Susan walks readers through what it takes to be a committed, yet pragmatic, socially responsible business owner by sharing her own experience as a solopreneur and interviews with 21 small business owners from a diverse range of industries around the globe. Learn practical and effective approaches to implementing and tracking socially responsible initiatives related to operational and management practices, business networks, vendors, customers, employees, and investors. BUY HERE

READ AN EXCERPT: Small Business, Big Change: A Microentrepreneur’s Guide to Social Responsibility

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