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For Hughes Pittman and Gupton, LLP, Accounting Partner, Lauren Joyce, going Carbon Neutral Could Not be Easier

Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP (“HPG”), is an independent, North Carolina CPA firm, serving the needs of local, multistate, and international businesses. Opening their doors in 1983, the HPG founders started the firm with the intention of creating a company that is renowned for client service and technical excellence but maintains the important balance for employees between a fulfilling career and family.

  • By Cullen Duval
  • 2 min read
7shifts, Green Places first Canadian client, plans to offset 1211 metric tons of carbon.

7shifts is going carbon neutral, offsetting 1212 metric tons of carbon emissions in the process. That's not a light investment into company sustainability, so why did 7shifts make the decision? For CEO Jordan Boesch, it came down to leading by example.

  • By Cullen Duval
  • 3 min read
How Our Carbon Calculator Works

One of the most common questions we get at Green Places is about how we calculate a business’ carbon footprint. Here's how it works.

Lydia Winkler, RentCheck Co-Founder, Hopes to Inspire Other Entrepreneurs to Go Carbon Neutral

RentCheck is a property management solution that helps property managers save time on inspections with easy self-guided inspections. “Our mission as a company is to make renting fair and transparent. And with that, we also want to be accessible and sustainable,” RentCheck’s co-founder Lydia Winkler explains. Anyone can conduct these property inspections from their smartphones, and using the app for these inspections means less driving for property managers. “We’re saving the planet thousands and thousands of cans of gasoline every month.”

  • By Olivia Bowman
  • 2 min read
Hyperspace Ventures is Going Carbon Neutral. Managing Partner, Peter Fox, Hopes to Inspire Others to do the Same

Hyperspace Ventures creates, codes, designs, and invests for ambitious companies looking to make a dent in the universe. These companies are determined to make a difference and help people worldwide, and Hyperspace helps them maximize the performance of their digital assets. Hyperspace’s partnership with Green Places is just another piece of the company’s story as it “falls under the bucket of finding innovative solutions to some of the world’s problems,” according to Managing Partner Taylor Meyer.

  • By Olivia Bowman
  • 2 min read
Kevel, a Tech Company, Might Not Have the Largest Footprint, but They are Still Going Carbon Neutral. "We’re all adults, and adults clean up after themselves." said CEO James Avery

As a tech company, Kevel does not have the largest carbon footprint, so why are they going carbon neutral? For CEO and founder James Avery, the small footprint was just another reason to decide to go fully neutral. “We don't have that big of a carbon footprint, and that's great; it's actually pretty cheap to offset, so why not do it?” said Avery.

Since it's conception, Sift has wanted to do what they can to help the environment. Now, They are Going Carbon Neutral

Sift, a global advertising service with international web servers, has always wanted to be a green company but never knew how. “My co-founders and I were bouncing ideas around and we were racking our brains trying to figure out some way we could even start a green company… Unfortunately, we didn't have any expertise or ideas.” said founder and CEO Jud Bowman.

  • By Cullen Duval
  • 2 min read
Fulcrum Equity Partners Goes Carbon Neutral

Fulcrum Equity Partners has always been committed to clean energy. Both in the office and through their investments, they have attempted to do their part in keeping the world a cleaner place. Now, they are partnering with Green Places and going carbon neutral, a decision that Fulcrum Partner Phillip Lewis thinks will benefit employees and set a good example for current and future investments.

  • By Cullen Duval
  • 2 min read
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