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Adrienne Pierce, our Head of Business Development will be speaking at the Green Festival Expo in San Francisco on Friday November 11.

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The corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative is a growing trend in enterprises of all sizes. As a small or medium sized business (SMB), it is especially difficult to know where to begin when making impactful changes in your business and manage the sustainability landscape. Often SMBs often don't have people trained in sustainability practices. Adrienne will inform expo goers about the business imperatives of sustainable practices and how tools can help define and cultivate their programs to reduce impact, save money and meet CSR targets.

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Sustainable Practices Keeps Long-term Costs Down

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If something is sustainable, it keeps producing and avoids scarcity and a raw material that is plentiful will keep costs down. To quote Dick Jones, Director of Ocean Outcomes, “Sustainability is not a movement, it is a critical element if you want to have a viable business. You need fish in order to run your business profitably, so ensuring that the fish in your supply chain is sustainable is a good business decision.”

During the recent Back-to-School Webinar on supply chain sustainability sponsored by The CSR Group, Dick provided an overview of the sustainable seafood movement.

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