My niche? Green Marketing. Combining solid marketing initiatives with sustainable business practices. It’s genius. Both business and the environment gain benefits from this unlikely pairing. And me? I get to combine my professional skill set with my personal passion. Like I said. Genius.
America Recycles Day. November 15, 2010. Annual Day of Celebration Raises Awareness and Encourages Action to Increase Recycling Nationwide.
I took my post PodCamp NH enthusiasm in a completely non-technology direction. I went rogue with some creative (and green) t-shirt reconstruction projects. Yoga pants and laptop sleeve.
What is good for the environment just might not be so good for you. A June 2010 study entitled “Assessment for the Cross Contamination of Food Products by Reusable Shopping Bags” concluded that a potential significant risk exists.
I had the good fortune to lead a session on Saturday called, “Bringing Management On Board with Social Media”. I talked about building a case to present to management in order to get buy-in on using Social Media as part of an overall marketing mix. Diane Vautier
When I attended PodCamp Boston this past September, I knew that I would learn a lot of new things and meet some amazing people. What I didn’t know was that I would become a Twitter Queen.
According to the New Hampshire Business Review, Nashua, NH has established a municipal micro-loan program for businesses focusing on sustainability.
Are you a big fan of eating local and eating fresh? I am. I absolutely love uncovering hidden and not so hidden restaurants that are serving up what their neighborhoods have to offer, whether that’s connecting to local farms or
Social Media – how it’s affecting business in Southern NH. That was the topic of a recent Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce Radio Show on WSMN Radio, Nashua where I was fortunate enough to be a guest speaker. The show, which aired live on May 13, 2010 was part of “The Chamber Report” a new series to keep local business informed of current issues and trends in the business community.
As social media becomes more popular, local NH businesses are becoming hungrier for new information and insights on how to use the media to their advantage. And that’s just what they got on May 21st at the Social Media Breakfast