Ellgia is proud to launch a new initiative supporting organisations with improving their green credentials. 2020 has been called the year of action for climate change by Sir David Attenborough, the UK Government, and the World Wildlife Organisation. Never before has one single issue been so important to consumers and businesses. According to a study by Forbes, around 88% of consumers look at how brands can help them improve their green credentials and around 67% of buyers look at a company’s CSR policy.
Ellgia’s “Seen to be Green” campaign celebrates the commitment of organisations who are improving their green credentials and will be supporting organisations in their journey encouraging them to make step changes towards a greener future.
If you have a great green idea and want to show your customers and community what you are doing then get in touch with the “Seen to Be Green” team email@example.com and we can advise you on how we can help.
All organisations involved get to use the “Seen to be Green” campaign stamp and will be featured in our PR campaign in print, and digitally on our website and social media.
Doncaster Rovers has been the first organisation to get involved with this campaign and launched a series of litter picks throughout the borough. They are encouraging fans to get involved by nominating areas they think deserve some TLC. Find out more about Doncaster Rover’s project here.
As a company, our Seen to be Green campaign will be something we’ll be looking to roll out across our operating regions. The fact Club Doncaster has asked to be the scheme’s pilot is a testament to the values they hold within the community.Marketing & New Business Development Director at Ellgia, David Chamberlain
Want to share your idea and be “Seen to be Green”? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org