It is easy to overlook (green) opportunities within a company
Abilene, TX (PRWEB) September 24, 2011
GreenBusinessHeadlines.com announced today their initiative to encourage participation as contributors to a site devoted to sustainability and green. Socially responsible business entities are specifically encouraged to engage in the community site to announce improvements in processes, innovation, and factual information related to environmental progress.
"Small businesses, like individuals, are motivated to tell their story when they have progress to announce, and when it comes to environmental improvement initiatives we want to provide that sounding-board" according to site founder Dr. K.B. Massingill. "Dialogue begets dialogue, and this conversation needs to be promoted. We home GreenBusinessHeadlines.com can be a new source for positive news."
While the site contains up-to-date information on any and all environmental issues, environmental progress is emphasized. Potential contributors are may begin the process of submitting materials by clicking on the "Contribute to Green Business Headlines" link prominently displayed on the site's front page. Materials will be reviewed upon submission, and posted if appropriate.
Promotional materials and commercial content is acceptable as long as the material furthers the sustainability and green conversation, and matches the tone and news orientation of the site. While many of the articles presented will be oriented around efforts in the United States to encourage environmental forethought and care for the planet, globally oriented information is desired as well.
"It is important to encourage a wide range of content, because it provides a means to gauge the thinking of small business operators, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives as to what they consider environmentally valuable" according to Massingill. "It is easy to overlook opportunities within a company, but engaging in a dialogue with other businesses about what they consider valuable creates an awareness, and a willingness to consider immediately pursuing what is often called low-hanging-fruit opportunities."
All content types will be considered, including written news releases, audio, video and other multimedia materials.