Easy to Be Green: A Guide for Small Enterprises

January 16, 2012

Easy to Be Green: A Guide for Small Enterprises

Written by: Jan Triplett, Ph.D. and Chris Pasch

Easy to be Green is a concise, informative, and cost effective guide to help transform the smallest business into an environmentally proactive powerhouse. Veteran small business owners and operators, Jan Triplett and Chris Pasch, have created this collection of easy to follow tips and explanations designed to catapult your small or home-based business into a “greener” future. Learn Energy Efficiency, Recycling, Sustainability, and Environmentally Friendly Alternative techniques that won’t break the bank. It also has a list of further resources by city, state, and country to keep it easy to be green. Be sure to check out the “Back Cover” for green comments from Austin and national green leaders.

Easy to be Green creates a down to earth framework for you to build upon and is available on Amazon in ebook format.

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Jan Triplett

Business Success Center

Jan Triplett, Ph.D. is the CEO of the Business Success Center (BSC), a City of Austin certified green business, that provides sales and financial growth strategies, planning, and implementation. She is also a professor in Business and Professional Skills for the online MBA program at Mary Baldwin University. Triplett is a national and international speaker, author of A Networker’s Guide to Success and co-author of Thinking Big, Staying Small and Easy to be Green. She published The Networker ” magazine for over ten years and moderated KUT radio’s nationally syndicated program, “The Next 200 Years”. She was co-creator of the award-winning “City Management Academy” and the “Owners MBA” and co-founded the Entrepreneurs’ Association Hatchery incubator and accelerator. She is a small business activist. She served as a White House Conference on Small Business and Congressional Summit delegate, served on the Mayor’s Task Force on International Infrastructure, initiated the Northcross IBIZ District and recommended portions of Austin’s Big Box Ordinance. She was a founder of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Texas and the Greater Austin International Coalition. The SBA honored her as Texas’ Small Business Advocate. She has also earned her CBTAC and Director credentials. Her company received a Small Business Administration (SBA) five-star national award and the Austin Business Journal named it a top 20 management consulting firm.
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