We don’t say goodbye right after we deliver our advice – we’ll be on the ground with your staff during events to ensure everything is going to plan. This hands-on approach also gives us a better understanding of the exact operational issues you face so we can tailor our solutions to meet your needs better in the future.
In line with the ‘Nudge’ in our company name, which is a concept endorsed by behavioural science experts, we only implement solutions after carefully studying recommendations from environmental scientists. We also do our own research in the form of analysing outcomes after each intervention – only measures that lead to solid improvements continue to be deployed.
Many of Singapore’s most prominent firms e.g. OCBC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, the Straits Times trust us to run their events – a ringing endorsement of our commitment to quality. Under our supervision, massive events involving thousands of people ran smoothly without a hitch – a sign that we can handle almost anything!
Having lived here all our lives, we are familiar with Singapore’s regulatory landscape as well as its geographical limitations – for example, due to space constraints, most waste is incinerated instead of being sorted and recycled, making it imperative to focus more on reducing and reusing. With this local knowledge, we can suggest solutions that are specific to regional needs.
We are a social enterprise that exists to serve society instead of earning big profits. While we are registered as a business, we made that decision to ensure we could cover costs and sustain our activities for the long term. When working with us, know that our priority will be to create the best outcomes for you and the communities you serve.
We’ve honed our presentation skills over the years to stay engaging and relevant. Although we emphasize the same core environmental messages, we know how to adapt our tone and content to appeal to different demographics. After all, an interested audience is much more receptive than a bored crowd.
Many businesses are beginning to realise that embracing sustainability isn’t just good for the environment, but benefits the company in the long run. Here are two ways how adopting a sustainable approach makes sense.
83% of global consumers feel it is very important for businesses to be environmentally friendly. – Accenture, 2019
62% of global consumers prefer to deal with businesses that are committed to reducing their environmental impact. – Accenture, 2018
Over 50% of consumers worldwide would boycott businesses whose practices harm the environment. – Forbes Magazine, 2019
Growing consumer awareness of sustainability will mean that businesses supporting such causes will receive greater support.
65% of jobseekers and employees worldwide want to work for a sustainable employer.
– PwC, 2017
Companies that prioritise environmental and social concerns have much higher rates of employee engagement. – Wharton School of Business, 2016
Companies that follow green practices see a productivity boost of up to 16%. – The Conversation, 2020
Employees of firms that promote sustainability are more likely to feel that what they are doing is meaningful. This motivates them to perform better, leading to higher productivity.
Just as how our actions and choices affect the environment, the health of the environment influences our personal and social wellbeing.
Weaving green practices and initiatives into social issues can improve the wellbeing of different communities (e.g. the lives of seniors, migrant workers and empowering youths), ultimately the liveability of our society.
The benefits of sustainable communities go beyond the environment. Sustainable and thriving communities results in sustainable practices such as reduction of waste, greater energy efficiency, supporting local sustainable businesses, and preserving natural beauty and culture.
The monies saved can be channelled to continue accomplishing your priority - enhancing the quality of life of stakeholders and the community.