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A global brand looked up Green Impact Academy to seek our help in connecting it with green industry resources and help the company purchase green electricity in order to meet the requirements of environmental, social, corporate governance (ESG) guidelines.

A supermarket store brand hired Green Impact Academy to help it connect to local green industry resources to reclaim the PET bottles sold by its stores and transform them into store merchandise to achieve concrete results in the implementation of circular economy. This also helps strengthen the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) brand image.

A company in the field of new energy sought the advice from Green Impact Academy to help it connect to green industry resources, assisting them to conduct matchmaking with consultants who understand green finance and regulations to locate investors quickly.

For us, we provide answers to inquiries like these from our members on a daily basis. This is how we work in the past and how we work today – and most likely, this will be how it is going to be in the future. 

Why is everyone looking for our help? This is because green industry has its barriers to entry, whether in the field of knowledge, technology, or networking. Businesses have to deal with many things. It is impossible to expect them to know all available resources in the green industry sector. Likewise, it is unrealistic to expect them to recruit all the talents needed  for resolving urgent problems faced by their internal task forces.

What you need is a shortcut, or a “Anywhere Door” that brings you to wherever you want to go.

You have probably been to IKEA. It is safe to say that for most of the time you visited IKEA, you are not planning to buy some household items or furniture; chances are, you are heading to the restaurant inside IKEA to enjoy some meatballs or cinnamon rolls. However, to get to the restaurant, you will have to pass by the living room area, sofa area, bedroom area, or other parts of the store. With all the showrooms and display areas, sometimes it takes a while for visitors to figure out how to make their way to the restaurant.

IKEA found out what their customers need, so they came up with a new approach – highlighting shortcuts to the restaurant. All you have to do is to open up the inconspicuous tiny door and you will find your way to the restaurant, saving you a lot of time.

This is like the role played by the Green Impact Academy! You do not need to comprehend the knowledge, technology, or networks among the green industry. In fact, all you need to know is where to find the shortcuts. This approach will help resolve the company’s problem, as well as reducing the cost related to time, money, and trial-and-error.

We invite you to immediately join our SOLAR or GALAXY enterprise membership. Your network of shortcuts will also encompass resources across various industries nationwide, including energy, circular economy, materials, recycle, renewable resources, green building, EV, smart agriculture, food and supplies, water resources, and service!

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