When you are busy running your tourism business, purchasing decisions are often made based on familiarity of the supplier or lowest cost. Whether it’s printer paper, equipment, furniture, linens, apparel, energy, food and beverage or gift shop items, have you thought about how these decisions align with your green business goals?
Also known as green or ethical procurement, sustainable purchasing means taking a deeper look into your supply chain to determine if your suppliers align with your vision and values as a tourism business.
Of course it’s important to consider quality, availability and price, but there are additional sustainability factors that you might want to consider, helping you to understand how the products and services you invest in perform when it comes social and environmental responsibility.
Download your free guide, “Sustainable Purchasing – What You Need to Know,” for seven tips that will help you to use your purchasing dollars to create positive changes for the planet, your community and your local economy.