Local GBB Team Launches “Go Green Woodlands” Program to Make the Woodlands Business Community the Greenest in the Country

Green Business Bureau (GBB) has opened up a local office in Houston, Texas to provide the state with local support for the GBB’s sustainability management solutions and green business certification program. The Green Business Bureau online platform helps businesses of all sizes become more sustainable and guides them in achieving certified levels of improved business sustainability.

``We’re thrilled to launch a local Green Business Bureau presence in Texas. The green business movement is alive and well in Texas and we’re committed to help GBB members become more sustainable and achieve the business benefits they’ve earned.``

 – Jim Tassone, Local General Manager, Green Business Bureau

“Go Green Woodlands” Initiative and Program

The Woodlands Community of Texas is a unique self-contained community and business environment and committed to becoming greener. The master planned city was envisioned to be and has been built as a green livable environment that mixes business, residential, entertainment venues, large, medium and small businesses. For another year running, the Woodlands has ranked as one of the best places to live in the country.  

GBB will lead a new initiative to make Woodlands the “#1 Business Sustainability Community in the Country” as measured by percentage of businesses that are Green Business Bureau Certified.  

Green Business Bureau To Offer Green Business Consulting Services

The GBB Texas office will include a support and services team of account managers and sustainability analysts to guide new GBB members through the green business assessment, planning and certification process. A Green Business Jumpstart Program will provide business owners with the option to have a Sustainability Analyst guide their business and team through the process of certification to more quickly reach their desired green business level and experience the business and marketing benefits of being more sustainable.  

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